The white king was originated in the state of New Jersey about 1890 from crosses of the Duchess, the Homer, the Maltase and the Runt-presumably all self whites. The King is a dual-purpose breed, being now used for both squab production (for food) and for exhibition. The exhibition King has lost some of the rapidity of production of the utility King.
Indian Ringneck Parakeet
Indian Ringneck Parrot is classified as a smaller parrot known as a parakeet. These birds have a long tail, hooked beak and are smaller in size compared to most parrots. Males and females both are look very similar. Also distinguishing the male has a black ring around his neck which is highlighted with turquoise, pink, and blue. Although the female may have the impression of not having a ring, many will argue a visible.
Saxon Swallow Pigeon
Exhibition breed and German Toy. It is said by some writers to have been produced from the Fairy Swallow. A little shorter and broader than the Nuremberg Swallow. This Swallow is definitely known to have been in the United States since 1868. It has never been widely bred, but has always had a devoted following.
Red Winged Parrot
The Red-winged parrot is typically about 30 to 33 cm in length with wings that are 18.3 to 20.8 cm long. Male and Female both has bright red wings and a bright green body. The male birds have a black nape, lower blue back and rump with a yellow tip on their tail, an orange bill and grey feet. The female birds on the other hand have a yellowish green body and the wings have red and pink trimmings on their wings.
The Jacobin today is a “feather” breed, 50 points being allotted in most standards for the head ornament. The feathers of the head and neck are divided into the hood (the top), the mane (the back), ant the chain (the front). From a side view, the center of the circle of feathers is the rose. The bird’s head is completely hidden and it can hardly see to eat and drink.trimmed away so that the Jacobin can produce young.