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    Bird Guide – Lovebirds

    ArticleParrot AdviceThursday 09 December 2010
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    Thinking about buying some lovebirds for sale and want some more information? If so then this bird guide will give you some lovebird information you might find interesting.

     

    Lovebird Characteristics

     

    • Lovebirds are very sociable birds and are really excellent birds to have as pets.
    • Lovebirds for sale come in bright colours which has made them a very popular pet along with their compact size.
    • Lovebirds measure just 4-5 inches in length and are much less demanding than lots of other parrots.
    • The myth of lovebirds having to be kept as pairs is just that; a myth. Single lovebirds make much better pets as they bond with their owner rather than their mate.

     

    Popular Colours of Love Birds for Sale

     

    • Fischer’s Lovebirds – These love birds are green with an orange face and yellow necks. Their beaks are red and they have sky blue tips to their tails.
    • Fischer’s Mutations – Blue, yellow and white mutations are readily available.
    • Peach Faced Lovebirds – These lovebirds for sale have green bodies and have delicate peach faces. The tails of these lovebirds have bands of bright blue, orange and green. Their beaks are yellow and rumps are blue.
    • Masked Lovebirds for Sale – The lovebirds are bright green, have dark brown heads and yellow bibs. The beaks of the lovebirds are red and the tail is slightly blue.
    • Masked Mutations – The most common lovebird mutation it the blue body with a grey bib and dark mask. The beak of this lovebird is lemon to pale pink in colour.

     

     

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