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I am a Peach-faced Lovebird (Agapornis roseicollis), native to southwest Africa in Nambia and southwest Angola. My species inhabit dry areas with shrubs or trees bordering forests, usually near bodies of water. In the wild we can be seen in small flocks, and occasionally larger flocks when feeding in ripening crop fields. I am a very social bird with my companion, and it is generally thought to be essential for our good health and happiness that we are kept in pairs rather than singly. We can, however, be aggressive towards other birds in an aviary setting. I tend to make very load metallic shrieking noises while I'm in my cage, so those with headaches BEWARE!
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