Birds Breed - Love Birds

Yellow Fischer’s Lovebird


The Fischer’s lovebird has a green back, chest, and wings. Their necks are a golden yellow and as it progresses upward it becomes darker orange. The top of the head is olive green, and the beak is bright red. The upper surface of the tail has some purple or blue feathers. It has a white circle of bare skin (eyering) around its eyes. Young birds are very similar to the adults, except for the fact that they are duller and the base of their mandible has brown markings.

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Geography: Africa

Song / Call: Click for Fischer’s Lovebird Song

Size: 6″

Sexing: Monomorphic (visually hard to determine sex))

Fischer’s lovebird are native to a small area of east-central Africa, south and southeast of Lake Victoria in northern Tanzania. In drought years, some birds move west into Rwanda and Burundi seeking moister conditions. They live at elevations of 1,100-2,200m in small flocks.

Fischer’s Lovebirds tend to be the more aggressive of lovebird types but can be calm, laid-back and not as noisey as the Peach-faced Lovebird.

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