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DESCRIPTION OF BIRD:  
The gouldian has a scarlet head, bordered with a narrow black band, followed by a broad turquoise-blue band.  It’s
throat and chin are black, and the breast is a deep purple, followed by yellow.  The back is a various green color.  The
gouldian is a very sociable bird.  

HOW TO TELL MALE FROM FEMALE:  
The female has a lighter colored breast.

ORIGIN:
The gouldian is from northern Australia.

WHEN IS THE BIRD IN COLOR:
Gouldians are in color all of the time.

BREEDING:
They nest in half open boxes or hollow logs lined with grass.  Some are prolific breeders while others require Society
finches to be foster parents.  The 3-8 eggs are incubated by both partners for 14 days and young arrive in 21 days.  
The female’s bill becomes dark grey in breeding condition.

DIET:
Their diet is seeds, greens, insects, and commercial egg or soft food.  During molting, they require protein rich foods,
vitamins, minerals, soaked and just sprouted small seeds, etc.
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