Pretty soon we should get some coming out of the box. (One already did, but he went back in.)
Here are all five of Daniel and Maude's chicks. I think the green one has darker wing markings than the blue ones. If some have light enough wings, they could be clearwings. If any have darker markings, then they could either be full body color greywings or regular greywings. The differences are still too subtle at this point to really be able to tell for sure.
And yesterday I was happily surprised to see that the Bourke's parakeet chicks have fledged from their nest.
Here is one of them on the floor of the cage, with mom, Inga.
fallows, or if it's because they are just immature. They are the first opaline Bourke's chicks I've ever had.
The combination of opaline (rosy) and fallow is commonly called a white-faced pink, or sometimes just "pink".