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Posted by Dee on 2/03/06

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    Hi Everyone,
    I will be getting two proven breeding pairs of Lovebirds
    soon. These pairs are currently housed in different cages
    and have never been together. I was wondering if you can
    house Lovebirds in breeding colonies in large flight cages
    with nestboxes in different locations for them to select.
    I have been breeding/handfeeding parrots for many years
    but have no experience with Lovebirds other then the
    single pet that I own. Any responses would be
    appreciated! I will also need help with color
    identification.....I am totally confused with the
    different color mutations. If anyone can tell me how to
    post a picture on the board, I will show a picture and
    hopefully someone can tell me if the colors of the pairs
    are correct....I have seen babies from both of these pairs
    and they have many different colors of babies. Thanks
    again!
    Dee



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  • pairs in a flight cage?, 2/03/06, by Dee.
  • Re: pairs in a flight cage?, 2/04/06, by MKay.
  • Re: pairs in a flight cage?, 2/04/06, by Dee.
  • Re: pairs in a flight cage?, 2/05/06, by KarenH.
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  • Re: Here's one to confuse you!, 2/05/06, by KarenH.
  • Re: Here's one to confuse you! Picture finally, 2/05/06, by Ka;renH.
  • Re: Here's one to confuse you! Picture finally, 2/05/06, by Dee.
  • Re: Here's one to confuse you! Picture finally, 2/05/06, by KarenH.
  • Re: Here's one to confuse you! Picture finally, 2/05/06, by Michael L.
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