What is an opaline lovebird?

The opaline color is a new mutation in the peach face lovebirds and they were first discovered in 1977. The body primarily has irregular-colored patterns on its body which makes it a very attractive color version of the lovebird.

What is par blue lovebird?

Parblue: Part Blue or Partial Blue is a multiple allele of the Blue gene. When the gene is fully active, you get a Blue mutation. But the gene can also be partially activated and you get the Parblue mutation. There two different Parblue mutations found in Peachface Lovebirds; Turquoise and Aqua.

Do lovebirds love?

A lovebird might be one of the smaller parrot species available as a companion pet, but this bird is inquisitive and seemingly always on the go. As their name suggests, lovebirds are known for the loving, attentive bond they tend to form with their mates.

Do lovebirds eat bananas?

Lovebirds can eat bananas! Not only does it make for a great snack, but the benefits of adding bananas to part of your bird’s diet can go along way!

How expensive is a lovebird?

Breeder – $25 – $1500 You can expect a lovebird to cost anywhere from $25 to more than $150 from a breeder. In fact, some lovebird species can go for as much as $1500! The more expensive the bird is, the rarer it is or the more trained and ready to interact it is when it gets home with their new family members.

How much is a Parblue lovebird?

The yellow-feathered, known in the country as parblue, has a current buying price of P5,000 to P7,000 from traders, an improvement from last year’s P2,500 to P3,700.

Are lovebirds intelligent?

Lovebirds are intelligent and affectionate birds. They are okay for beginners, but require a bit more work than other species. They are best kept as pairs, since they require so much attention and affection. The lovebird is a small stocky parrot between 5.1-6.7 inches (13-17 cm).

What foods are bad for lovebirds?

Toxic Foods Your Bird Should Never Eat

  • Avocado.
  • Caffeine.
  • Chocolate.
  • Salt.
  • Fat.
  • Fruit pits and apple seeds.
  • Onions and garlic.
  • Xylitol.

When did Opaline come out in peachface lovebirds?

Opaline is a very new mutation in peachface lovebirds. It was discoved in 1997. There had been many mutations in peachface lovebirds previously, but they all created new color combinations except for the pied mutation, which creates irregular colored areas on the bird.

What kind of mutation does Opaline lovebird have?

Opaline/Biola; What is Opaline lovebird? Opaline is a kind of mutation which occurs in peach faced lovebirds. That’s why we compiled it too in the lovebird mutation guide. It’s a pure patterned mutation. It changes the colour of the places which are predictable and creates intricate new patterns.

Do you put extra value on Opaline lovebirds?

I’ve never put extra value if the bird is Opaline, Pied etc.. Bird prices are based on pedigree & bloodline. True Blue, many breeders haven’t a clue what a True Blue is or looks like! I’ve seen many claiming bird as True Blue when in reality is just a par blue series bird.

Can a violet lovebird be split to a green lovebird?

Lovebirds can not be split to Violet, This is semi-dominant meaning at least 1 parent has to carry it, but it is still dominant and no bird can be split to any dominant mutation. So they also can’t be split to Green, or American Pied.