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lovebird

name often applied to the budgerigar (melopsittacus undulatus), but more correctly to Agapornis spp.

lovebird eye disease
a severe, often fatal disease of Agapornis spp., characterized by ocular discharge, blepharitis, depression and weight loss. The cause is unknown.
lovebird pox
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One lovebird with a history of feather loss was positive for psittacine beak and feather disease (circovirus) by DNA in situ hybridization of feathered skin sections.
Lovebirds also love nest boxes, and will often sleep in them, so be sure to provide your lovebirds with one of those as well.
Twelve hours later, the lovebird was returned for a scheduled bandage change.
We have a good record of breeding this rare species at DZG and have sent lovebirds to other wildlife parks in the past to start new colllections.
The row over the lovebird - a small species of parrot - erupted when Gavin moved in to the street last November.
BIG Brother 2 lovebird Helen Adams was shocked by Stu and Michelle's under-the table sex session, she said yesterday.
Specially-made boxes have been built for a few of the park's newest arrivals, including the popular blackcheeked lovebirds.
The pond has been a Facebook check-in hot spot and popular with lovebirds.
Gubaton's asymmetric houses, always quirky and jovial, are now made more alive collaged with flowers, butterflies, lovebirds and beautiful faces.
If you're visiting DZG on a date, why not take some inspiration from our lar gibbons, black-cheeked lovebirds and Humboldt penguins who all pair for life
LOVEBIRDS And now lovebirds can say their vows at a civil ceremony either inside The Mansion House itself or on wooden decking within the zoo area.