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The Three Faces Of Lovebirds

Peach-faced, Fischer's and masked lovebirds show off their unique feats.

By Jessica Pineda

Peach-faced, Fischer's and masked lovebirds have distinctive featuresA half-shredded palm leaf toy, a pile of feathers and a layer of paper strips are all bundled up in the corner of the cage, and standing atop the mess is a peach-faced lovebird, nibbling a paper strip in her beak. She’s building a nest: an elaborate pad to which she’s been carry strips of paper and palm to all day.

 **For the full article, pick up the June 2009 issue of BIRD TALK**

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