Animal Stories - Fischer's Lovebird

Animal-World Information about: Fischer's Lovebird

   The Fischer's Lovebird is another friendly species of lovebird that makes an exceptional pet when hand-raised!
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JASON - 2011-02-26
Hello, i need 500 to 1000hd of fischer. Hope someone can supply me thx.

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  • Azeem - 2011-04-18
    Yes I can provide you lot of fischers becuase I have 2000 fischers in my cage. if you need fischers you can contact me.
  • rickey broughton - 2011-12-03
    I know someone in south fl. or a supplier in calf
  • jai - 2014-10-21
    i need paired fishers how much any one can provide
Chris - 2014-09-21
i have a baby peony very cute and 20 days old . At this age peony can be tame so much and very close to the partner

Kashif Manzoor - 2014-08-02
I saw my lovebirds mate a couple of months back. It was start of summer in Pakistan but than they stop doing it. I was disappointed as really want the see their cute babies. They are feeding each other and getting in and out of nest box regularly but still no eggs. Perhaps it was due to the summer season as temperature goes to 35C plus. Any one help me with situation thanks. Kashif

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-08-05
    Yes, it could be the temperature, or low humidity, or a combination of the two, that is disrupting egg production. It could simply be that they are young. Sometimes new couples need to just try for a while until they get it. Imexperience can also keep them from properly sitting on the eggs with the first clutch.
  • Rohan Banik - 2014-08-06
    Hi kashif, i would suggest you not to expect egg from your bird during summer as this will damage your bird even their babies will be of bad health or can die. The best time to put the nest box or to expect baby from them is between 17th of september till 28th of march as per your country's weather..... Thanks
  • Kashif Manzoor - 2014-08-06
    Thanks for the valuable input. Appreciated.
dr. sughosh bhende - 2013-11-19
I hav a blue masked lovebird pair and they laid 5 eggs. I want to know how many kids will hatch from this clutch? Please help me.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-12-10
    If the eggs are fertile, all five should hatch.
  • Al Estrella - 2014-06-16
    how will i know if a love birds fischers is 5 or 6 years old?
  • Clarice Brough - 2014-06-27
    The age of birds is almost impossible to determine, other than as juveniles. Your best bet is to ask the person you got them from what their hatch date was.
emerson - 2013-08-05
Who builds the nest, the male or the female fisher?

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  • Jasmine Brough Hinesley - 2013-08-23
    I am really not sure. But they usually use 'pre-built' nests (trees, boxes, etc.) and so they may not put much effort into making their own nests. The mothers are usually the ones who sit on the nest and raise the young, so I would think they would probably do a lot of the nest building if there is any.
ananya roy - 2013-02-27
hi,can i house a pair of fischer's lovebirds with a pair of black masked lovebirds.? i have housed a pair of lutino lovebirds with a pair of blue masked lovebirds with their separate nest boxes and all are doing fine.they never interfere in each others can i do the same with fischer's and black masks? thank you.

safin - 2009-06-28
Hello dear Lovebird lovers, I am Safin from Daka, Bangladesh very new in this world. I have just bought 8 pairs of lovebirds and kept them in the balcony cage. I am not sure those are equal numbers of male and female .. those are only 2 months old. I am seeking for advise/ suggestion from any Bangladeshi because I am totally new in this lovely club

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  • peggy - 2012-09-29
    I have a fischer lovebird I want to leave him on my patio & cover him at nite would that be ok or should I bring him in at night?
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-09-30
    There is no guarantee that boys will pick gals and gals will pick boys - even in the wild but most of the time - that is what happens.  As the birds pair up - which they will start doing in a month or so - remove that pair to their own cage with nest box.  You will see a pair sit close together, possibly preen each other, look for a private place to be.  There will be some pushing around a little till each one finds the one they want but that is OK.  So when you see a pair that is acting like a pair - move that pair out.  The problem is you have 16 birds that aren't easily distinguished one from the other.  You may want to get a couple of colored markers and actually mark the birds.  bird one  black mark over right eye, bird two black mark over left eye, bird three, black mark center forehead, bird four, black mark on back, bird five black mark on chest --  something like that.  So when you see a consistent pair (the one with the black mark on chest and the one with black markover right eye) you will be able to round them up.  Otherwise as soon as you go to move the pair - they will all start flying around and you will lose track of the pair.  It is just easier to mark them.  Then hope for the best. 
Sosa - 2012-03-27
Hello Anybody who knows about lovebirds..
We got two love birds from our grandfather in Miami. They were 6 altogether in a cage and he gave us two out of the six because our grandma passed and he can't take care of them. One of them died this morning and we were wondering is it because we separated them from the others? or they are not use to us? We have one more but we worry that it to will die if we don't find out what it needs.. Please help Thank you

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-03-27
    It is doubtful the little fella died because he was separated from the others - especially since he had a friend. Could be age, or possibly he really stressed, or a combination. Maybe just his time. Watch the other little one and make sure eating, poop is OK and activity level is OK. They are very social creatures so might need a second lovebird or lots of human attention.
adnan - 2010-03-11
i want to identify the sex of lutino parrots..
so kindly help...

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  • haseeb - 2012-02-01
    You see when they are sitting on stick look carefully on their legs. The male have less space and female have more space
Rakesh B Amudhappa - 2011-03-16
How can we know that a fischer love bird is ready to lay eggs?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2011-03-24
    Minimum breeding age is about 10 months but it is better to wait until they are 12 or 13 months. The maximum age is 5-6 years old (the age at which they should be retired from breeding).