If you say you have lovebirds whose beaks have black tips, that means they are still babies. Young birds have developing feathers. Please check the internet to find lovebird pictures according to their age. Then you can estimate how old yours are.
Please check if their feathers are fully developed. Young birds like these won't mate. Lovebirds will become mature and start mating after they are 6 months old.
I have two male lovebirds, they came from the same owner, hand raised, however they do not let you hold them. They seem very compatible, have had 2 years, the one displays like he wants to mate but the other will have nothing to do with it. They feed each other, groom each other and are very close to one another. Why is one bird displaying the action of mating and not the other male?
I have two female lovebirds which I believe have mated with the same male. They are both laying eggs. I thought I had two males housed together and thought I had one female in another cage. I have been trying to join one male with her so I would let them out together. So now I have one with no mate. What can I do to help her get the food she needs? Is this dangerous? I got her a box but now today the other female laid an egg.
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