Animal Stories - Blue Masked Lovebird


Animal-World Information about: Blue Masked Lovebird

   A pretty little parrot, Blue Masked Lovebird makes an adorable pet. It is a most playful, charming and amusing companion...an excellent bird for the beginner!
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Ossksksmak - 2019-11-24
My blue masked lovebird is a male, but I don’t know if he’s young or old? His beak is a strong blush pink if that helps. How do I know if he’s young or not?

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ahsia - 2018-05-19
i have a blue masked love bird but I have never heard him speak is that normal ?

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  • Anonymous - 2019-10-08
    Yes it is normal. lovebirds alone behave same as mentioned
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Muhammad Nadeem - 2018-08-30
Asssalam O Alikum I would like to purchase blue masked lovebird ,Black ,violet.

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Lupe M - 2018-05-18
Hello, if I could have some input I would appreciatte it very much. My lovebirds have a couple of young ones about 6=8 weeks old. It seems that mama bird is nesting again. Now she does not come out of the tent but to eat only and do not allow her young ones to get in. I am going away for one week and someone told me I should separate the mother from the two babies and the father as well, Iguess. Any information on this? I am planning to leave the 4 of them in the same cage, is not too big but not to small, please let me know asap. thanks

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Sachin - 2018-04-20
I would like to purchase blue masked lovebird

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Dean - 2016-09-06
Hi. I have a beautiful blue masked lovebird for adoption. Unfortunately, I don't have enough time to spend with her. Please email me if you're still interested.

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  • Saundra S Breeden - 2016-09-08
    where do you live? I'm needing a female blue masked lovebird. $I'm in Oklahoma
  • Lester - 2018-02-07
    Hi--Is your blue masked lovie still available?
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Coolbreese - 2016-12-14
Hi everyone... I bought a pair of Blue masked love bird from a reputable breeder in our country, they were few of them and placed them in a flight age while they were young...after 6 months I noticed 2 of the blue pure blackmasked were bonded..so I removed them from the flight and placed them on a breeding cage...and yes after few months they were able to produced siblings.....so happy and excited when I found out they were 3 little ones...weeks went by and started to noticed 2 out of the 3 siblings are pastel color and only one blue personata like their parents...not disappointed but curious how come they produced such mutations when both parents are pure blckmasked lovebirds? Anyone who knows the answer? Thank you very much..Coolbreese.

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  • LaBrenda Henry - 2018-01-27
    Never know what you will end up with! Thought we got two female different clutch (cages). Checked but the pelvic bone had been broken! My Love Birds are on their 4th. clutch. One first clutch looked like dad, but was a girl. 2nd. clutch of 5- one was like mom and the others dad. 3rd. clutch turned out three completely different the either. Peach Faced- Yellow back- light green belly, very beautiful! All in the gene's of what the parents & relatives in the past.
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Kimberly V - 2017-04-03
Looking for a blue masked lovebird, preferably hand-tamed. I live in Calgary, AB. I just want the one, so that I can bond with it.

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  • LaBrenda Henry - 2018-01-27
    Have a Blue Masked Male and a Peach faced red beak green female. They have had 3 clutches and are laying on the 4th clutch now. My males pelvic bone was broken, thought both were girls. Took eggs away missed one. One egg hatched. Looks like Blue Masked dad. 2nd. clutch 5 - 4 looked like dad Blue masked and one like mom Green/Peach Faced masked w/ red beak. #ed. clutch turned out three Yellow peach Faced w/ light green belly. Not like mom or dad. Who knows what this clutch will be? Hatch March / April 2018. Still interested e-mail labrendah@aol.com LaBrenda Henry
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gayle gills - 2017-11-09
my finngan (blue masked ) is a real joy to have. he is very independent and lets me know in no uncertain terms if he wants some attention. recently he has started to play 'basketball ' with his plastic balls. he will tossone to the other side of the cage, go and get it and toss it back. then he will pick one up and toss it into his water dish. this is so funnnny to watch and now, I can tell him to go and get his ball and he will.he has a hanging tent and loves it as he can play peek-a-boo.love him dearly and enjoying him immensely

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Ratnakar kashyap - 2015-04-24
My love bird lay 17 egs and she own broke the eggs Hpw can I save her eggs

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-04-25
    Well, first you need to determine if they are even fertile. If she doesn't have a mate, the eggs are not viable. Usually a hen will lay 3-5 eggs at a time. If the eggs are no good, then the female will usually loose interest and abandon them. A female will usually brood (incubate) the eggs just fine if they are good, and the male will enter the nest box to feed her during this time. Although young birds may not be successful with the process for the first 1-2 clutches. they usually get the hang of it after that. If she is simply not brooding them, then you can candle the eggs to make sure they are fertile. If they are, then you can incubate them yourself. There are commercial incubators available, or you can research how to make one.
  • Tina Lagman-Salazar - 2016-10-10
    I am a happy beginner-owner of a pair of blue masked lovebirds. I am so hooked with them and so with my kids. I would really love to hear/read some stories about lovebirds esp the blue madked lovebirds.
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