The lovebirds belongs to the family of parrots (Psittacidae), often called inseparable.
The Anglo-Saxons call them parakeets or birds of love.
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Agapornis Cana, also known as grey head, Madagascar Lovebird or Lovebird Cana.
It is the only Agapornis that is not found in the … Read the rest
The Fischer's Lovebird ( Agapornis fischeri ) It is a small parrot of the genus of lovebirds. They were originally discovered in the 19th century, … Read the rest
The Lilian's Lovebird also is known by Nyasa Lovebird and inseparable from Lilian (in honor to the sra. Lilian Sclater, … Read the rest
The natural habitat of this species of inseparable is quite small, so the danger of extinction is notable. In addition, in the … Read the rest
The Yellow-collared Lovebird o masked inseparable is one of the 9 species belonging to the genus Agapornis, including within the family Psittacidae, order … Read the rest
The Agapornis roseicollis or inseparable from expensive peach is the most popular species of the Lovebird genus and one of the most cultivated in … Read the rest
He lives in the hills and mountains of Abyssinia, Eritrea and Ethiopia.
It prefers dense forests, including Evergreen, between the 1.300 … Read the rest
To the Amazon Alisera in English it is known by Tucuman Parrot.
It is distinguished by the red front, Red patch on the wing (more … Read the rest
The Red-cheeked Cordonbleu are in Equatorial Africa and East Africa. They live in pairs or in groups of a few individuals … Read the rest
The species is native to Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Burma, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand and Viet Nam.
Established populations exist in the … Read the rest