Animal Stories - Lutino Lovebird


Animal-World Information about: Lutino Lovebird

   The Lutino Peach-faced Lovebird, with it's golden yellow plumage and it's peachie face, is said by many to be the most beautiful of all lovebirds!
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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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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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Erica Bruce - 2007-10-10
Just got a lovebird, it's so loud! It's sweet and easy to hold once she is on your finger, but bites at times. I still need to get a playground outside of the cage to keep her occupied.
EB

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devindrac - 2006-01-27
I have many african lovebirds but lutinos remains my favourite,and my doubt whether to keep them in colonies or not is also solved, thanks for the information

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Rachel - 2006-01-27
new owner of a latino. 10mos of age. great bird. sometimes she bites

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Laura Toth - 2005-10-04
Love your site. Thanks for info on Lutino Peach Faced Lovebirds - My favorites!

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Joan - 2005-10-01
Our lutino, Beaker, was hand raised in 1990. He's very sweet and beautiful. He has been known to chew the edges off an expensive paper lampshade and also the gilt off an antique picture frame! After that, we learned our lesson and keep his wings slightly clipped so he will stay on our shoulder. He goes outside with us, loves the garden dirt, goes nuts for fresh raspberries, and screeches shrilly at other birds. He becomes very agitated if we walk away from him. While in the care of a friend, he watched their female bird shred paper for her nest. Now his favorite pasttime is shredding paper, in cage or out! He also lifts the moveable doors on his cage and lets them smash down. This he does over and over w/o giving up as his signal that he wants to come out. It can become quite annoying!
One thing: the lovebird DOES NEED COMPANIONSHIP!! He will get sick w/o it; we learned this the hard way. He became neurotic and began chewing his back end, pulling out the feathers until he was bald and raw! We had to love him back to health and now make a point of always touching him and letting him out on our shoulder. We wear a towel clipped with a clothespin to keep our shirt clean, and after he has been loved, he nestles in our neck or under our chin. While on our shoulder he eats our human food and takes frequent drinks of water. He loves a water bath and takes one every day with his cool, fresh water.

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Ralph - 2005-07-22
I have a lutino lovebird. Her name is Mini and she is a great joy to have in our home.

They are vary smart birds.

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