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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One lovebird with a history of feather loss was positive for psittacine beak and feather disease (circovirus) by DNA in situ hybridization of feathered skin sections.
Lovebirds also love nest boxes, and will often sleep in them, so be sure to provide your lovebirds with one of those as well.
A 12-year-old female intact black-masked lovebird (Agapornis personata) with a cobalt color mutation was presented to the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital because of a 4-day history of self-mutilation.
The lovebirds have already proved popular Valentine's Day gift adoptions, with more than a dozen new sponsors registered via the zoo's website.
The row over the lovebird - a small species of parrot - erupted when Gavin moved in to the street last November.
The Eiffel Tower is revered as a landmark for tourist and lovebird alike, as well as a source of national pride for the French.
Love has no pride, nor apparently any scruples, which is why Maggie (Ryan) and Sam (Broderick), both recently abandoned by their lovers, have given in to their worst impulses and decided to spy on their exes, a pair of cooing lovebirds who are now nesting together in a New York loft.
SWAYIN' ROONEY: The lovebirds dance at concert Pictures: JANET MURRAY; HITS: Lionel
The peach-faced lovebirds were seen rearing young in and around the town of Dunbar, East Lothian.
Well, now we discover that lovebirds Hannah Spearritt and Andrew Lee Potts have moved in together.
Holding hands at a champagne reception at the Savoy Hotel in London, the pair revealed the secrets of wedded bliss after winning a nationwide search for the most loving of lovebirds.