Red-headed Lovebird (Agapornis pullarius) - Wiki
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[Photo] By JoJan. Species Agapornis pullarius. Family Psittacidae.
The Red-headed Lovebird, Agapornis pullarius also known as the Red-faced Lovebird is a member of the genus Agapornis, a group commonly known as Lovebirds. Like other lovebirds it is native to Africa.
The length of body 15 cm, tail 5 cm. basic painting grassy- green, throat, cheeks in the forward section, back of the head and forehead have bright orange painting. Internal part it is wing black color. Upper covering feathers of the tail of blue color, in base they red, and at the ends yellowish- green. Near-ocular rings are yellowish-white or are whitish-blue. The females have orange head, with the yellowish nuance, painting their tail assembly in essence of yellowish- green color. to guide the propagation It is encountered in Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Tanzania and on San- volume fan. to guide the means of the life Savannas with the low growing trees populate. It is encountered, but it is very rare, and in the high forests. Usually it settles on the edges or on the cuttings down. It is held by colonies to 20 birds. It nests not the hollows of trees, but in the nests of termites or in the earthen hills. Female makes the corridor with a length of up to 30 cm, and in the far end makes - jack camera.
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