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The beak, legs, and feet are light gray and there are black markings on the tail.
The flight feathers are black and there are red, blue, and black markings in the green tail feathers.
The cock has a dark green back and wings, a light belly, and the head and chest are whitish gray.
The beak is red, the feet and legs gray and the irises brown.
The sexes are similar in color, the back is dark green, the underparts greenish yellow.
The beak is red , the feet and legs are gray and the eyes are brown.
The rump is blue and there are small amounts of red, yellow and black in the tail feathers.
The head is neither jet black like the masked, nor the forehead and cheeks white like the Fischer’s, retaining a somewhat muddied and less brilliant appearance when compared to the pure form.
The top picture shows a Normal Masked, note the jet black head and cheeks, yellow breast and collar.
The masked must have a pure black head; any hint of colouration in the fore head, excessive orange in the breast feathering is a good indication of a hybrid.
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Life, Habitat & Pictures of the Peach-faced Lovebird Name B L W W W Family Latin Name Peach-faced Lovebird 6.5" 16.5cm 10" 25.4cm 2 oz.
Medium Whitefaced Violet & Green Opaline split Orangefaced with eggs and 4 day old chick.
Medium Whitefaced Violet cock & Green Opaline split to Orangefaced with eggs in nest.
This Green Pied is split to Opaline, Australian Cinnamon & Blue or Whitefaced Blue.
Opaline fledglings of Seagreen, Blue, Whitefaced Violet, Green Violet & Green Pied.
Note the darker green color with blue tint on the rump of the bird on far right, indicating he is a Medium Green Violet Opaline.
If this Lutino were a Lutino Opaline, her Peach mask and brow color would eventually extend to the back of her head, her rump would be yellow instead of pale blue, and her tail would have a much wider band of Peach.
Three Opaline siblings – Green, Lutino & Seagreen.
Orangefaced Opaline &Green Opaline split to Orangefaced.
Comparison of Lutino Opaline Peachfaced Lovebird & Dark-eyed Yellow Fischer’s Lovebird.
Whitefaced Blue Violet hen & Whitefaced Blue Opaline cock.
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Here is the Fantastic White Winged Parakeet AKA canary winged Parakeet these two species are now seperate the white wing has white blue and yellow wing feather and the Canary winged only has yellow.
Red Suffusion typically appears as a series of red "spots." It is believed that, while the feathers were developing, the Lovebird might have had a dietary or liver problem and that was the cause of the different color.
Here is a mother Lutino Lovebird with her newly hatched chicks and other unhatched eggs.
Provided with adequate space, a stimulating environment, and appropriate nutrition, a Lovebird can become a cherished companion parrot.
Lovebirds’ name comes from the parrots’ strong, monogamous pair bonding and the long periods in which paired birds will spend sitting together.
The Lutino is a color mutation of the Peach-faced Lovebird.
Fischer’s Lovebird : Pictures.
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Enjoy your pet! Clean the cage on a regular basis, keep the food and water dishes clean and full, and handle your bird whenever possible, and you’ll have a wonderful pet for many years.
Things you should look for: neat, clean feathers, clear eyes, a clean vent, feet with ‘scales’ that are tight and clean, and a healthy set of lungs (a quiet lovebird is rarely a healthy lovebird).
Make sure your cage is made out of durable, cleanable, nontoxic materials and is at least 20" wide and deep and 24" tall for one bird, and larger for a pair.
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The species we describe in great detail are the African Grey Parrot, Budgerigar – Budgie, Cockatiel, Green winged Macaw, Amazon Parrot, Sulphur Crested Cockatoo, Eclectus, Peach fronted lovebird, Fischer’s lovebird, Masked lovebird, Crimson Rosella, Eastern Rosella, Alexandrine Parakeet, Rose ringed parakeet and the Red-Rumped parrot.
On this Multimedia CD, there is hours of parrot video footage; there are hundreds of photos; there are numerous written guides on how to tame your birds, how to build nests for your parrots, how to take care of the baby parrots after the stork drops by (!!)  Your many videos include footage of ‘real-time taming tricks-of-the-trade’ (Be aware: Others may tell you.
Pam 19-Dec-2005 16:51Robert-do you travel just everywhere to locate this number of exotic birds? Have you been photographing birds all of your life, they are the best photos I have ever seen,bar none.
Guest 15-Jun-2005 20:44Beautiful display of the birds.I would to see more of the deversity of the bird kingdom.Thank you so much for shareing.
‘Surya’ 18-Dec-2004 15:38Wonderful birds images at one place, Excellent presentation.
jimmysan99 03-Oct-2004 14:12Your stunning photos can be the best textbook of bird world.
Melissa 26-Sep-2005 13:15What beautiful pictures! I do have a question, though, about the picture of the "Catumbella peachfaced lovebird".
Guest 15-Dec-2003 03:11One of the best bird sites I’ve seen.
All of these babies are medium as they each contain one dark factor from their father a dark whiteface blue peach-face love bird also known as a slate whiteface.
This bird is a medium single factored violet whiteface blue.
This 6 week old cremino hen displays the green iridescence on her rump.  This is seen in good lighting but often hard to capture with a camera.  A cremino is a display of the sex-linked "ino" gene and the recessive "Dutch blue" gene.
Four babies just weaned.  Green/ino, double factor violet seagreen, Dutch blue/ino and creamino.
Banana Creame is a medium blue splitcinnamino.  He is a sibling to the bird right below, Sorbet.
Buttercup had his first clutch of babies (with his beautiful wife Whisper who has a lovely whiteface) in early 1998.
One baby looked like the mother, and the other was a pied (mainly yellow with pale green pied markings like the coloring of his mother).
Here is a photo of Buttercup with his mate, Whisper, a lovely whiteface American cinnamon.
Two babies looked exactly like Buttercup, and even had his remarkably sweet personality! Their new owners are thrilled with them.
Amanda and Paul     Taber Ranch, CA.
Nicole and Andrew     Lake Tahoe, CA.
Jaclyn and Chris     San Rafael, CA.
Christina and Kele     Murphys, CA.
Christine and Sasha     Ojai, CA.

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