Agapornis

Agapornis

Agapornis

Agapornis roseicollis Agapornis fischeri and

 

The Agapornis, also known “inseparable”, may be one of the smaller species of parrots available as companion pet, but this bird is curious and always seems to be moving. As its nickname, these parrots are known for loving and caring bond that tend to form with their partners.

We will tell you all you need to know about these tender and loving birds…

Lovebirds prices

The inseparable They are readily available in most pet stores, as well as poultry farmers. The cost of buying or adopting a Agapornis it varies. The place where you buy or adopt your bird, its geographical region, rarity, and if the parrot is tamed by hand are some of the factors that may affect the price. Although the price varies, usually they cost less than parrot species that are large or rare. A random search on the Internet showed prices ranging from 45 and 200 EUR.

Prices of different types of Agapornis:

A. Roseicollis, between 40 and 200 €.

A. Fischer, between 40 and 500 €.

A. impersonate, between 40 and 300 €.

A. Nigrigenis, between 40 and 300 €.

A. lilianae, between 40 and 300 €.

A. Canus, between 90 and 200 €.

A. Taranta, between 200 and 500 €.

A. Pullarius, between 250 and 700 €.

Approximate prices.

The Agapornis They are good pets? Only you can decide. Consider the needs and personality of the bird to know if a Inseparable fits well in your life.

Personality and behavior of Lovebirds

The Agapornis They may be small but they are bold, curious, curious and are always on the move. Many people believe that these Inseparable come in pairs because they often see photos of these amorous birds huddling against each other. Without a doubt, a Agapornis often it forms a deep bond with another Agapornis. However, potential owners must be aware that a couple of inseparable You can choose not to interact with people, as they will be completely focused on each other.

One Agapornis You need a lot of social interaction with people in your life, as much work as busy and safe toys to chew and destroy items. A female Agapornis You can get defensive within its territory (cage).

native region / natural habitat

Most species Agapornis They are native to the African continent; The exception is the Inseparable Malgache (Agapornis canus), which it is native to the island Madagascar.

Of the nine species Agapornis, six are classified as Least concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. However, Three species are endangered.

The Fischer's Lovebird (Agapornis fischeri) and the Lilian's Lovebird (Agapornis lilianae) are both near Threatened, which is one step closer In danger the six species.

The Black-cheeked Lovebird (Agapornis nigrigenis) It is the most threatened in the nature of all Agapornis. It is classified as Vulnerable, which is just one step away from In danger.

Care and feeding lovebird

Like most birds, to the Agapornis love to exercise and require larger cage that your budget and space may be able Allow yourself.

The Inseparabless they are locked in a small cage and never have freedom, They tend to become neurotic and can develop habits of self-mutilation. Toys are essential for these parrots assets. Please note that these adorable birds are strong chewers, so escojed toys that can withstand chewing without causing a hazard. With proper care and well-balanced diet, one lovebird can live between 12 and 15 years, can reach 20.

The correct nutrition It is very important for balance and health inseparable, as it is for most birds. A balanced diet provides essential nutrients classes: Water, proteins, carbohydrates and fiber, lipids, minerals and vitamins. A seed only diet is a recipe for malnutrition, and malnutrition causes many ailments related to nutrition.

The best feeding option for the bird is a formulated diet including essential nutrients and do not give a bird the option to pick and eat only the pieces you like. Variety is also important for birds, so complementad diets formulated with vegetables, fruits and even healthy food table (without sauces or condiments). Learn which foods to avoid, and always ask him to your veterinarian before offering food to your Inseparable if you have any question.

Speech and sounds

The inseparable They are a bunch of charlatans, singing and whistling all day. They are especially vocal at dawn and dusk.

With all that vocalism, you might think that our inseparable speak. Well, the Agapornis They not often talk about the way you expect. They talk to each other, but not so much with people. Although they not are known for their ability to speak, her singing is nice, more than many other species of parrots. How many more Agapornis acquire (and it is difficult to buy just one), they become noisier. Usually they form large flocks in nature and love to talk to each other.

Common Health Conditions

The Agapornis They are susceptible to chlamydial, to self-mutilation and nutritional deficiencies related to poor diet, especially if they are fed a diet primarily of seeds.

Lovebird species:

1 Black-winged Lovebird

Black-winged Lovebird

Description Inseparable Abyssinian:

Of 16 cm in length and a weight between 49 and 66 g..

The Black-winged Lovebird (Agapornis taranta) has the

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2 Black-collared Lovebird

Black-collared Lovebird

Description Inseparable Vireo:

13 cm. length and weight of 39 to 41 g.

The Black-collared Lovebird (Agapornis swindernianus) has the forecrown, the

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3 Yellow-collared Lovebird

Yellow-collared Lovebird

Description Black-headed Inseparable:

Between 13 and 15 cm.. length and a weight between 43 and 47 g., the Yellow-collared Lovebird (Agapornis personatus)

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4 Black-cheeked Lovebird

Black-cheeked Lovebird

Description Inseparable cachetón:

Between 13-14 cm long and 40 g. of weight.

The Black-cheeked Lovebird (Agapornis nigrigenis) they have the forecrown, lores and

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5 Red-headed Lovebird

Red-headed Lovebird

Description Inseparable Carirrojo:

Between 13 and 15 cm in length and a weight between 29 and 50 g..

The Red-headed Lovebird (Agapornis pullarius)

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6 Fischer's Lovebird

Fischer's Lovebird

Description Inseparable Fischer:

Of 12,7 to 15 cm in length and a weight between 42 and 58 g..

The Fischer's Lovebird

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7 Rosy-faced Lovebird

Rosy-faced Lovebird

Description Inseparable Namibia:

Between 15 and 18 cm in length and a weight between 43 and 63 g..

The Rosy-faced Lovebird

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8 Lilian's Lovebird

Lilian's Lovebird

Inseparable description of the Nyasa:

14 cm.. length and a weight between 28 and 37 g..

The colorful plumage of the small Inseparable

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9 Gray-headed Lovebird

Gray-headed Lovebird

Description:

Between 13 and 15 cm in length and a weight between 25 and 31 g..

The Gray-headed Lovebird (Agapornis canus) has

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