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"Hi there - this is the first time I see this website - I guess that is normal as it is the first time I did a search on the peach-faced Lovebird ! Well, what can I say ? other than a nice place to read up on these birds, I've missed out on the bird's diet and breeding nature. Perhaps I was too quick and missed out those sections. Oh, I would like to tell you .... three weeks ago we had (what was then thought to be a visitor), a Peach-faced Lovebird, visit our outdoor bird-seed tray. At first we thought he had escaped from someone's aviary in the area, but this is not so, as there is no signs of a chirp (or any other sound that comes from this type of bird), in the neighbourhood. He's become quite at home here, and we've added some sunflower seeds to the seed tray. He seems to eat them whole as there are no signs of empty shells/husks. I was thinking of catching it and taking it to a petshop where they would place it with other Peach-faced Love birds, but I've changed my mind, as it seems quite happy and it knows where it's "bread is buttered" ! It will dissappear for short spells, and before you can say the word Lovebird, it's back. We have the Pintail Whydah bird nesting in the big dense tree in our backyard, and as agressive as this little male is, he's become content with the Lovebird, and often they eat side-by-side on the seed tray without any aggresiveness or animosity. We've grown aware of the Lovebird's presence, so much so, that we would miss him/her if it were to find a home elsewhere. Your thoughts would be welcomed. Regards / chirps Eldred - Cape Town/South Africa You can email me direct to my private email address too if you wish .... egdv@eldes.co.za "
"Eldred"

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