Beautiful Lovebird Lillian - My first post on Feathered Friends
I have some amazing lovebird photos. It took me some time, but I finally managed to capture it on camera. I hope you enjoy it...complete with the right camera size for my smartphone screen. A lovebird with a green body and a slightly reddish-orange head looks like this. This canary is found in the northwestern region of Mozambique, southern Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Malawi, and eastern Zambia and has a body length of about 13 cm. But these birds were right before my eyes, making out, and I was watching. He was found in Aceh Pidie, Indra Jaya Regency, Indonesia. This is the real bird I saw in a cage. I could hear his voice chirping.
The color is unique. I prefer this bird because of the reddish-orange color on its chest and the white spot on one of its eyes, but I'm sad to see it because it can't fly freely in the great outdoors. I'm glad to see it. true to the given name Indeed, it piqued my interest. It's beautiful to see them.
I'm having trouble distinguishing this bird because the male and female are so similar. These are known as Nyasa Glass Lovebirds, and they are very similar, making it difficult to raise their sex.
Young and adult Nyasa lovebirds differ only in that their cheek feathers are black and the base has small black spots.
The coat's dominant color is green, which is more visible on the underside and stump.
As it reaches the crown, Lorus, cheeks, and top of the chest, the orange on the forehead and throat will turn pink. The adult Nyasa lovebird is very beautiful with his repeated voice. That's exactly the point. I enjoyed hearing their chirping sound.
Oppo A7 Smartphone Camera was used to capture this image. All photos in this post are the property of the author, @zul212.