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These lovebirds are social creatures that form small nesting colonies in the wild.

They are not happy in solitary confinement situations. They either need plenty of human attention or a mate.

Masked lovebirds average 6 inches or 14.5 cm in length. The Masked Lovebirds are frequently named by their body color - rather than the mask color; such as green-masked lovebirds, blue-masked lovebirds, violet-masked lovebirds, etc.

Black-Masked Lovebird

The Fischer’s lovebird has plenty of energy and can be a loyal friend if interacted with regularly. While energetic, Fischer’s tend to be gentler than other lovebird species, especially when in an aviary environment.

The Fischer’s lovebird might not be as popular as the more common peach-faced lovebird but it has an equally charming personality.  They can be a bit pricier than the normal peach-faced lovebird, especially the rarer mutations, which are quite popular with lovebird fanciers.

Fischer’s Lovebird

The popular peach-faced lovebird exudes a big personality in a small body. Peach faces love their playtime and positive interaction with their people.

A peach-faced lovebird has a busy beak and might be inclined to tear up strips of paper and weave them in the cage bars.

The peach-faced lovebird is approximately 6 inches long, and comes in an artists palate array of colors.

The nominate, or normal bird, is green with a shiny blue rump and rosy-peach face-hence the name. Other colors, or mutations, range from creamy white to almost black, and everything in between-all shades of green, blue, yellow, violet, and pied-with different colored faces to match!

Peach-Faced Lovebird