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Alina - 2010-06-22
I have pair of Love birds peach faces they had babies and after having them for 3 weeks they both died one morning what do you think happened I am very sad these were their first babies.

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DL - 2010-05-26
I rescued a black masked lovebird from almost being lunch to a hawk. It is beautiful and seems healthy. I would love to find him or her a mate but I do not know if it is male or female. How do I figure that out? The Birds name is "Lucky".

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  • CoCoYoYo - 2010-06-18
    You can keep a lovebird as a singleton -- they do not have to have a mate.

    To determine gender, you can have the vet take a blood sample for DNA testing OR you can do it yourself. Companies like Avian Biotech and Zoogen offer DNA testing. It's a good idea to do this even if you aren't pairing up your lovies. That way you are prepared for egg-laying and egg-binding, which can happen to female lovies (and other parrots) even if they are a singleton.

    Best of luck and bless your heart for coming to the little lovie's rescue :)
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kathy - 2010-01-28
I have 3 lovebirds, two are bluemasked and one red head. They are 8 months old and I'm trying to train them and I do not want to tramatize them. I talk to them and whistle and need help with their training. They have their own room in and out of cage, so they can not get hurt by hitting walls or getting lost upstairs or down until they are trained. Their names are Frick, Frat and Flick

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  • missy - 2010-05-23
    You cannot train them to talk but you can train them to follow you around try hand feeding to gain their trust.
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Charliesweb1k - 2010-05-17
I have a female Dutch blue love bird and a male white fischer love bird. They are in different cages but I wanted to know if they can cross breed or if they will have infertile egg's ,or if they will have ugly babies, or if they will not be healthy? Please email me simple instructions instead of a link that has a bunch of info and after reading forever I get my answer at the end or nothing at all. I don't mind links as long as the point is in the first part.
Thanks all

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Hope - 2010-05-15
Hello, My Lovebird is about 16 years old. I have noticed that she is going blind. When she is totally blind will I lose her? I 'm not sure how long they normally live.

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ashley ayala - 2010-05-06
I have two love birds. A peach faced love bird and a orange and yellow one. We thought that the peach faced love bird was a female until we got it its pair. Then we figured out that the yellow one was a female. She has laid eggs but she does not care for them at all so we just wait and then throw them out. So we are not sure which one is the male and female or if they are both females?

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khalil - 2010-04-27
All lutino will have red color eyes?

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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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