All About The Agapornis PERSONATA | Colors, Mutations, Care
The masked lovebird or black-headed lovebird is a species of psittaciform bird in the family Psittacidae native to the northeastern regions of Kenya and Tanzania. It is widely bred in captivity as a pet or cage bird.
Meet the inseparable masked or black-headed lovebird (Agapornis personata). We explain its characteristics, habitat, food and more.
The agapornis personata an ideal pet for the whole family and with which you will fully enjoy a agaporni personata. These small birds are native to the.
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All about the Agapornis PERSONATA | Colors, mutations, care
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Agapornis personata cobalt blue
Violet personata Agapornis personata ancestral green with black head The original color of the agapornis personata is called “ancestral green”. This lovebird has a red beak and a clearly marked white circle around the eyes. This is the variety of personata that we can find living freely in the wild. This is a mutation of great beauty, much appreciated by lovers of personata. Agapornis personata sky blue The agapornis personata sky blue is a version of cobalt blue with diluted colors.
The beak can be pink or ivory. His eyes are red and his legs are pink. This mutation is the result of the complete elimination of psittacine, responsible for providing color to the plumage. This process is known as "purging". Agapornis personata opalino At the end of the 1990s, a new mutation emerged that affects the pattern of the agapornis personata, known as «opalino».
The life expectancy of wild specimens that live in freedom is less, being able to live between 5 and 10 years. This is because in the wild they sometimes have to deal with food shortages, as well as predators and hunting by humans. Behavior of the agapornis personatus as a pet The agapornis personatus are sociable, funny and very curious.
Most of them enjoy their new toys, as well as small swings and special branches for them to climb and have fun. If they are raised as papilleros, they are very affectionate birds and attached to their owner. They like to perch on your shoulder or your finger, accompany you while you watch TV or a video on your computer, and receive soft caresses on the neck of your favorite human.
For this reason, they learn to trust people and are not afraid of them. Papillons can even be trained and with patience they learn a few words. If they are acquired as wild adults raised in cages by their parents, they are difficult to tame, but it is interesting to see them interact with each other in their cage. These chicks tend to mistrust people and do not like to be touched as they are difficult to tame. What do agapornis personatus eat? Agapornis personata feed mainly on grains, seeds, vegetables, fruits and some herbs.
In captivity we are responsible for offering them an adequate diet, because if we only feed them with a mixture of seeds we will be giving them an insufficient diet, which over time can cause serious illnesses. They are of the ancestral green variety. For more than 5 years I have been dedicated to the generation of content of animals and pets. I am passionate about the animal world, rodents being my true passion.
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