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Rizwan - 2010-03-20
How could I know that my lutino lovebirds are ready for breeding?

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Liz - 2010-03-14
I have heard that if a true lutino lovebird breeds with a different type of lovebird, their offspring will be sterile. Is this true?

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AM - 2010-03-13
I have a lutino Fischer's lovebird and I don't know what gender it is. My lovebird is always willing to bite and makes a lot of noise no matter what I do. It is up in the middle of the night and will not stop playing on its swing. I've tried taking the swing out but my lovebird just starts to make noise and bites me. If you have any advice at all I will appreciate it if you leave it as a reply to my comment.

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Nancy - 2009-12-03
Help - peachfaced love bird is listless and is reluctant to fly. Seems to lose her balance. Has not been out of her cage but is sleeping more than usual. Help

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  • Vicki Walters - 2010-02-26
    Potential Problems:
    Lovebird ailments, signs of illness to be aware of, include if a bird seems withdrawn, its feathers are ruffled and the plumage is dull, it sits with its eyes closed, watery or dull eyes, runny nose, it sleeps a lot, it looses interest in its environment, and it stays at its feed cup. The droppings may change color and be loose (if healthy they are grayish white and not to thin). A couple other lovebird ailments to watch for are a lot of tail bobbing, dropping off its perch, odd breathing, sneezing, and excessive scratching. Some of the common lovebird ailments, illnesses your lovebirds could contract, are injuries from fighting, Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease, Polyoma Virus Infection, yeast infections (Candidiasis), Avian Pox Virus Infection, bacterial infections, internal parasites, mites, ticks, egg binding, intestinal influenza, coccidiosis, respiratory ailments, and diarrhea. An ailing parrot should be taken to a avian veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment.

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cherry - 2008-09-13
Most well balanced lovebirds (well I have owned them for 20 years anyway) either ignore or play with a mirror until they can move on to the next thing. Most I would say don't like them. It's the confined solitary creatures with no outlet for communication with their own kind (sorry if you can interpret what a lovebird is actually saying/needing) that are practically damaged goods that respond to a mirror. Most people who have two, after long periods of having one, get two because they cannot spend time with the first one. The first one becomes wild long before the arrival of the second-but the root cause is confused. It would be selfish to think you should have the birds full attention on demand. I have 6 hand reared lovebirds in an aviary of 20 birds. Each of the six has mixed with a 'wild' bird and is as tame if not tamer than when they were in the nest. They still sit with me outside of the aviary in the garden without flying off.

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  • Dee - 2010-02-24
    Hi cherry, l'm after a pair of masked lovebirds. Colour doesnt matter, just want a hand friendly pair for my husband's birthday... he loves them.
    Are you selling any and are you in melbourne?
    Thanks, dee
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vaibhav - 2010-02-01
My Australian cinnamon lovebirds [orange faced] have laid 3 eggs 25 days ago. Why r they not hatching the eggs, but the hen incubates the eggs everyday?

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Karen V. Stefanini - 2010-01-13
Lovers of parrot family birds should start to demand that pet stores instruct future owners on basics of bird care such as avoiding teflon and other hazards. I am heartbroken as my beloved Thumbelina, 6 yr old peachfaced lovebird yellow with red eyes, featured in her memorial album "Thumbelina's Story in Photos 2003-2006) on Webshots passed away after laying an egg and coincidentally two days after I had placed a top rated powerful ionizing air cleaner across from her cage. Although they are thought to be safe with birds, I have recently read that people have reported their birds dying after exposure to these cleaners. It is controversial as some birds aren't adversely affected by it I gather, but just to be on the safe side I think bird owners should stick to hepa air cleaners. Ozone is considered hazardous by the EPA for people also.

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laurie - 2009-12-27
I have two Masked Love Birds, they both are about 1 year old, male and female.
I have set the cage with branches, etc. A bowl of seed. I'm trying to get them to
learn to notice food in different places (ex: bottom where the travel feeder is).
They have not noticed the water tube yet very well. We've had them for two months.
Does it take them awhile to learn the surroundings? Our finches see food on the bottom of the cage. I want these birds, like the parakeets, to learn food is also on the bottom (like the bath) so when we go on vacation, they'll go to the vacation feeder. What steps should I take to lead them to learn vegetables, feeders, etc?
I don't want to starve them.

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Chanel - 2009-11-09
In the lutino pair, the girl is the red color and the male is the yellowish color.

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Tammy - 2009-08-19
We have a couple of wild Blue masked love birds that showed up in Happy Jack AZ. We have watched them for a few days now. We unfortunately do not have our camera with us. Does anyone know where they are heading from here?

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