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lovebirds

small parrots, traditional symbol of affection. [Am. Culture: Misc.]
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I am very pleased that you have chosen lovebirds as pets.
Lovebird Billy, who was taken to Broad Lane Veterinary Surgery after being found injured in the street, and (right) vet Richard Webb, who helped the animal recover Picture: Mark Radford MR200508BIRD4; MR200508BIRD3
Away the lovebirds fly first-class to tinsel town and Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.
Lovebirds also love nest boxes and will often sleep in them, so be sure to provide your lovebirds with one of those as well.
The lovebird, a member of the parrot family that thrives in Africa, is sold in illegal bird markets in India, "particularly in Crawford Market, where they are kept in the most pathetic conditions and sold in a surreptitious manner.
Many other birds were housed in the same room, but the only birds that had been moved into the room during the winter were a group of lovebirds (Agapornis species).
Kolkata, February 14 (ANI): Courting couples and lovebirds in Kolkata have found a new way to express their affectionate thoughts to their beloved ones on the occasion of Valentine's Day.
Lovebirds everywhere will probably be happy if their day is even half as perfect.
A FARM in north Warwickshire is offering lovebirds a special Valentine's Day experience - by teaching them to make nest boxes for feathered friends.
The lovebirds reportedly broke up this summer but were seen snuggling in late July at the 30th anniversary of their upstate New York acting summer school Stagedoor Manor.
They feel cynical enough to exploit lovebirds everywhere with their firm Valentines Inc.
Big Brother lovebirds Michelle Bass and Stuart `Chicken' Wilson have been spotted canoodling in Newcastle's Bar 55.