lovebird


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lovebird

1. any of several small African parrots of the genus Agapornis, often kept as cage birds
2. another name for budgerigar
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Aside from 1 lovebird in which a surgical biopsy was taken from the proventriculus, the birds were either found dead or were euthanatized, and either the entire body or collected tissue samples were placed in formalin for analysis.
Speaking of chewing, you'll want to feed them a commercial lovebird seed mix, along with a small cup of fruits, vegetables, and greens daily.
Neither bird ever said anything back, lovebirds rarely do.
Air Jamaica is offering Fort Lauderdale travelers its Lovebird Executive Class at an ultra-affordable price of USD 179 one way.
Key words: mast cell, mastocytosis, neoplasia, self-mutilation, avian, psittacine bird, lovebird, Agapornis personata
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.
A HOT drink from a coffee shop helped save a sickly lovebird.
THIS is the lonely lovebird found pining for its mate in Warbreck Park, Walton.
A LONELY lovebird has found his perfect mate in an animal refuge.
The Hackney-born singer's latest single, Lovebird, has failed to scramble into the Top 200.
Sale fares are valid for both Lovebird Economy and Lovebird Executive classes.