Black Masked Lovebird

 

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NAME:
Eng. Black Mask Lovebird, Black Masked Love bird
Lat. Agapornis Personatus

black mask lovebird pictureOn the photo you can see a blue colored black masked lovebird. The photo is taken from the mine friend aviary.

ORIGIN: Northern and central Tanzania; the northern shores of the Lake Manyara and the mountain Meru. Flocks of these parrots settle in the north-east of Kenya as well as in the coastal areas of Tanzania ( Tanga and Dar es Salaam ).

black masked lovebird map location - origin

PHYSICAL APPEARENCE: Black Masked Lovebirds are 14.5 cm (6 in) in length. They belong to a class of small to middle size parrots. Their basic color is green. The forehead, lores, cheeks and the part under the bill is brown-black. The back of head is a dirty olive. The breast and one part of throat is yellow. Most of the birds have the upper body covered with orange-red feathers. The body, abdomen and under-tail coverts are yellowish–green. The rump is blue. Under-wing coverts are grey-blue. The tail is green and the outer tail feathers are edged with an orange-yellow band.
The periophthalamic ring is white and the iris is brown. The bill is red and its feet are grey. Its sex is not clearly distinguishable , females are larger with a smaller and more rounded head. Here you can see more black masked lovebird pictures.

all kind of mutations of masked love birdsOn the photo you can see a flock of black masked lovebirds.

KEEPING of Black Mask Love-Bird: These medium- voiced parrots are characterizied by their mild temper and tranquility. The younger parrots are easier to tame. The older birds gain trust easily and thus overcome their fear of humans. In a cage of medium size, the birds can be put together in pairs or on their own. Taming is easier if the birds are kept alone. There have to be enough rungs in a cage so the birds can move around freely and keep themselves amused. One may occasionally offer them willow twigs to amuse themselves while nibbling. In nature they live in habitats surrounded with water, so it is necessary to provide them with more bathing facilities than for other parrots.

Black mask lovebird as petOn the photo you can see one young masked lovebird parrot. If you take this kind of bird from the nest, and feed them by hand, that way you can get the best tamed parrots.

DIET: Sunflower, millet, canary grass seed, shelled oats, hemp, buckweat, sorghum, flax and the seeds of saffron are the main nutritional requirements of these parrots. The birds should always be provided with minerals and cuttle-bone as they are important components of their nutrition. Fruit and vegetables are a favorite food of these birds while apple, carrot, blade and chicory are considered to be their sweets and can be given every two days.

BREEDING AND CARE of Masked Lovebirds: For the simplicity and success of black mask lovebird breeding, there are common aviary inhabitants of various breeders. An outside aviary of 2x1x2 m (80x40x80 in) is sufficient per 6-8 pairs (3 pairs on 1.5 m3/53 square ft). They are sensitive to cold temperatures, so the temperature should be kept above 10C (50F). A minimal temperature of 15C (60 F) is recommended for young birds. In winter, it is recommended to give them nests so they can hide somewhere, even though they will not breed.

black masked eggs photoOn the photo you can see the lovebird nest with eggs. In the hand of owner you can see the baby bleck masked lovebirds.

In heated indoor areas, breeding takes place throughout the entire year, even though it is not recommended to breed more than three broods yearly to keep them from exhaustion. Breeding season in outdoor areas usually begins in April and willow twigs are the main material used in building nests. Nests of 20x20x18 cm (8x8x7 in) filled to the top with these twigs provide a perfect shelter for younglings. These kinds of shelters also provide necessary humidity so that the younglings can be hatched.

baby black maske love birds parrots with eggs pictureOn the picture up you can see the black mask lovebird nest with two baby lovebirds and two eggs. Breeding of these birds is easy. Try it!

A female clutches 3-6 eggs, and incubation lasts 20 days. The breeding period lasts 32 days. After birth, they tend to stay with their parents for 14 days after which they can be separated from their parents. Cannibalism and plucking the feathers may occur because of the lack of minerals which are necessary for the nutrition of these parrots.

INTERESTING FACTS: Speech imitation is not a characteristic of these parrots.
Life span is generally about 15 years or longer. They are seen in numerous colors and mutations, while in nature they are mostly green in color.

blue green yellow masked lovebird mutationsOn the photo up you can see varius colors of black masked lovebirds.

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