Lutino Quakers are "designer" parrots that have been specifically bred for different coloration than the normal Green Quakers. The Lutino gene affects the grey pigments, thereby leaving Lutino Quakers lacking the usual blues, greys, and greens of normal Quakers. Instead they are entirely yellow - typically a very bright and vivid yellow that is incredibly eye-catching. The feathers around their face are white instead of the grey coloration that normals have, and their flight feathers (which are blue on normal Quakers) are pure white as well, producing a beautiful display when the birds are in flight. Lutino animals all have red eyes due to their strange genetics and the Lutino Quaker is no exception.