Lovebird (Black-Masked baby Hand-Tamed)

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Bird, Bird Livestock

Weight: 0.0 kg

Lovebirds might be small but they are bold, inquisitive, curious and always on the go. Many people believe lovebirds come in pairs because they are often see photos of two lovebirds cuddled up against one another. No doubt, a lovebird often forms a deep bond with another lovebird. Potential owners should be aware, however, that a lovebird pair might choose not to interact with people, as they will be thoroughly focused on each other. A single lovebird companion needs plenty of social interaction with the people in his/her life, as well as plenty of busy work in the form of toys and safe items to chew up and destroy.

Due to the fast turnonver rate of these pets, it is difficult to provide the exact date of birth. However these babies are mostly sold in between 6-11 weeks of Age.

Being a baby the Gender of these birds are not guaranteed. However, A DNA test can be arranged upon customer’s request after the purchase of the bird to determine the gender at an additional cost.

The baby birds can look very different from their parents. Even the brightest looking birds often have drab, dull offsprings, and many baby birds have spotted or streaked plumage as camouflage protect them from predators until they learn to fly and be more independent. Exact colors come usually around 2 years of age.

Livestock in store is health guaranteed. However, we cannot provide any life warranty after these pets are put and kept in any of our uncontrolled environment.

Breeders are Fed:

Organic Pellets (Tropican)

Parrots Nut Mix (Tropimix)





Sodium Bentonite Clay


Prime Vitamins & Amino acids


Kept in UVA, UVB and Infrared Nocturnal Lighting

Highly Pedigreed

Bred in Free Flight Aviary

Raised only on HARI Approved Products

Kept in UVA, UVB and Infrared Nocturnal Lighting.

It is important to provide a proper habitat by following some suggested tips. More information can also be obtained from specialized animal care staff at the time of purchase.

Care Guide and Recommendations


  • A Roomy Cage. Non-toxic powder coating Metal one (minimum size recommended is double the span of their wing size when stretched out together or biggest possible. (i.e. 24″ x 14″ x 26″)
  • Humid and warm environment. (Automatic / manual misting / showering regularly { specially made shower & window perches are quite helpful}.
  • A combination of tap water shower and use of recommended bird bath sprays with gland oil helps relieve / eliminate minor skin irritation and itchiness on the body.
  • Bedding (Preferable: Fresh and Comfy Recycled Paper Bedding / aspen shaving / corn cob)
  • Toys (They love to chew, therefore, providing a few toys helps in catering to a healthy lifestyle for the pet!). A combination of 5-7 (2-3 hard & 3-4 soft chewable {food grade coloured toys).
  • A combination of sand (nail & beak filing) and regular perches inside the cage. (Preferably Java / dragon wood).
  • Installation of Java tree on top of the cage with extra food bowls (steel ones) and a couple of hanging toys.
  • A minimum of 3 steel containers.
    • Food Bowl (Usually included in Cages). Mixture of Tropican and Tropimix Food.
    • Mineral and Vitamin Bowl. (Clay Cal and Prime Vitamin Amino Acid Mixture). Moist food including Fruits, Veggies etc. to be dropped / served in this bowl.
    • Water bowl. regular tap cold water (put some anti chlorine drops). Water to be changed at least once a day or every time the bird dropping is seen.
  • Hideout. Hammock / Tent for them to feel protected. Unwanted exposure stresses the bird out.
  • UVA / UVB lighting has proved to be very beneficial for these birds. It helps processing the calcium in captivity and also help controlling the temperature in cage. Metal dome are to be used and to be placed on top of the cage.

Diet Plan

  • At present these babies are eating a mix of Tropican pellets and a mix of Tropimix. It is advisable to continue mixing half and half and add a little of the powder vitamins
  • Pellets No colorful, sugary stuff (Preferable: Tropican Pellets; designed to create a mess free environment)
  • Prime vitamin (Prime is a full-spectrum vitamin, mineral, amino acid supplement for birds. It is the only bird food supplement specifically formulated for seed, vegetable and fruit-based diets.)
  • Mineral / Salt Block
  • Cuttlefish bone.
  • Spinach, Berries, grapes etc. 
  • Treats (Spray Millets, Living World Sticks “Honey, Fruit and Vegetable”)

Initial Care

  • Discuss the initial care guide with the specially trained staff at the time of purchase of these birds.
  • The babies get stressed out easily and may result in starving to death.
  • Clipping of Flight Feathers is advisable to get them easily tamed.
  • The professional care staff will provide this service Free of Charge at the time of purchase.
  • The clipping is done in a way that the baby can still fly a little bit but will not be able to fly high.
  • Although these babies are captivity born but can still bite as they are not handled regularly in store because of the high turn over. These budgies stay a maximum of 1-3 weeks in store.
  • In about a week at max these budgies stop biting and get used to of your touch and become nice pets.


UVB enables birds to produce vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin,” which is essential for calcium metabolism and immune function. UVC is normally filtered out by the earth's ozone layer and does not exist on the planet naturally.

UVB plays a very important role. It allows your bird to synthesise Vitamin D3 in their skin or through a special process involving the preening gland. Parrots need Vitamin D3 to metabolise calcium which they use to produce eggs, build and maintain strong bones and maintain normal growth.

Keeping your bird under right amount of UVB needs some consultation with a Certified Professional.

Despite other benefits from UVB, it helps processing the calcuim in captivity and help improving the birds vision.