Chukar partridge eggs on incubating tray

September 2th, 2019.
A few 88 eggs more of Chukar partridge (Alectoris chukar) put into the incubator.
Note that each row corresponds to a different breeding pair, and the colouration of the eggs is not the same from a pair to another one. Some are more brownish, other more silver.

Importation from the U.S.A of eggs of the “Celadon” mutation of the Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica)

It was as usual not easy to do that, but a few eggs of the very new “Celadon” mutation of the Japanese quail finally arrived to me on February 9th, 2019.
Very happy.
I should be one of the first in Europe and certainly the first in Belgium to have them.
Because of the very long time to reach the destination, almost all the eggs were unfortunately no longer fertile, but I could raise some chicks.
The pictures of them in a next post !