Peach Lovebird

Blue Peach faced LovebirdOne of the most popular, affectionate, and readily available specie of Lovebird. They are a loud and constant chirper. Peach Lovebird color can widely vary among populations but the hens are darker and greener, but the cocks are smaller and brighter in color. They are known to shred objects into strips and put it in their backs and fly back home to build their nest.

Lovebirds has various loud, screeching calls. Their face and throat are pinkish, darkest on the forehead and above the eye. The bill is greenish-yellow, and their eyes are brown and the legs and feet are grey. Younger Lovebirds have a paler color. They like to thrive in dry areas, but are dependent on the presence of water sources and gathers around pools to drink.

This Peach-faced Lovebird are sometimes becomes a pest in agricultural areas, eating the crops. When there is a lot of food, they gather in flocks containing hundreds of birds. Their diet consists mainly of berries and seeds. Finding the right pair of this birds are difficult, for their sex is hard to determine. Peach Lovebird have the widest range of color mutations of all the Lovebirds species. There are four varieties in aviculture: the Wild type, Lutino, Pied Wild Green, Orange faced, Cinnamon, Creamino and AquaTurquoise. In addition to many of these mutations can be combined to produce even more colors called the mixed mutations.

Being an active bird, this Peach-faced Lovebirds when, keep indoors or housed in a cage, should be provided with enough space and a clean environment. The bigger the cage, the better. It will also be great to put perches in their cage, for them to exercise and prevent health problems like arthritis. Toys is a must when keeping a Lovebird, it will prevent loneliness and boredom, just avoid small parts that they may swallow. Two Lovebirds may not interact with a human owner as much, as if they were by themselves. They may also not get along with another lovebird, and you may need to put them in separate cage.

The dangers and toxins for these Lovebirds are the blue-green algae, avocados, chocolate, alcohol, dog and cat saliva, volatile organic compounds, household cleaners and detergents.

If trained correctly, Peach-faced Lovebirds happily perch on a human’s shoulder. They are very playful and love to have all the attention centered on them.  Lovebirds require a variety of foods, including vegetables, seeds, and fruits, and other human foods that are nutritious and healthy. They can be keep singly, but that requires a lot of attention. Mostly they are kept as a pair to satisfy their need of constant companion, mutual preening, and socialization. In some cases, small little squeaky words have been heard coming from a  Lovebird. But this is not normal, and a person should not expect speech from their own Peach-faced Lovebird.

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