Is a dark factor green peachface lovebird, we call him/her Lucky because this lovebird really was
very lucky to have been found and rescued by a concern animal lover, Heather. She contacted us and
since we couldn't find this little one's family we decided to make it a part of our family.
Moonie, Apple Blossom
Moonie is our lightest (male) in color, white face cinnamon pied violet, he is a pale yellow/green with slightly darker green gray markings.
He is an offspring of Dandelion and Patches. Apple, our olive green lovie has caught his eye and they now produce beautiful green pied and green violet babies.".
Hyper - Maggie
Meet Hypericum, (Hyper) a medium green/ ino/blue male and Magnolia (Maggie) whiteface creamino violet
female lovebird. These two sweeties are our quite devoted to one another always pruning and feeding each other.
Tequila - Daphne
Tequila is a orange face lutino, we changed his name from Dandelion since we already have a Dandelion. Tequila is alittle shy and doesn't like being handled. We have paired him up with Daphne, an normal lutino lady. Now bonded, they had their first clutch together July 2011.
Little Bit - Coral
Little Bit is an offspring of Nicholas and Pearl that was just alittle dinky birdie irdie that took alittle longer to wean,
which lead to us getting attached so we kept him to pair with our pretty Coral, a beautiful orange face.
No offspring yet.
Normal orange face & lutino lovebirds are a fairly new color mutation which began hatching in the 1980s. The shade of orange varies form
deep dark orange to a light cream in color. Male orange lutino lovebirds are rare, but our Tequila and Daphne have produced at least one each clutch co far.
Oregano and Basil
Oregano is our double dark seagreen pied male. Oregano joined our flock from Florida. Sweet Basil is a seagreen opaline.
We introduced her to Oregano October 2011.
Sir Lancerlot & Guinevere.
is a double dark violet opaline.
Cute as can be. He's still alittle young to mate but we have recently found and are in the process of introducing him to his Queen Guinevere.
they will be able to mate Sept 2013.
Opalines are newer mutation of peachface lovebirds, first hatched in 1997 by Becky Anderson in Michigan. They differ from normal peachface by their whole
head being a diiferent color instead of just the front half or crown.
indoor and outdoor bird aviaries
Napoleon and Josephine
our WF violet pied (male) and seagreen violet (female)couple. Napoleon came to us from PA while Josephine is an offspring of Hyper and Maggie's.
Odessa & Poseidon
is our lucky pair, she's a double violet pied and her mate, is a white face violet lovebird.
They produce the most beautiful double violet pied and violet babies you ever seen.
Dandelion, Patches - Retired
Dandelion, is a Violet Dilute Peachface Lovebird. We adopted her on April 5, 2006 She is a beautiful spring color
with a splash of orange on her face. Her mate, Patches is a Medium Green Heavy Pied Peachface lovebird. Dandelion
and Patches are very good parents. They have produce a variety of lovebird babies, blue and green pieds, dilutes,
green violets, white face blue, the best parents ever. They are now semi-retired, fostering babies every now and then for us.
Bellami, Storm - Retired
Bellami is a Whiteface Blue Peachface Lovebird. Her mate, Storm is a Medium whiteface violet peachface lovebird.
They are very protectived of their space and very lovie to one another. Their offspring, simple - white face blues and med violets.
Dandelion and Bellami were our first lovebirds, then a few months later we go them mates, Patches and Storm.
Poppy, Seafoam, Ricky and Lucy have also retired and moved to Lisa's Private Aviary Resort. :D
Meet Our Extended Lovebird Family
Our extended lovebird family members are lovebirds owned by my friend Lisa and reside in
Chesapeake where she provides lots of love and spoils them with a large aviary "colony" type lifestyle.
Lisa's busy schedule of raising 3 children, going to college and work doesn't allow her the time to
handfed her occassional offspring so she shares her awesome babies with us.
Mango & Aubri
Mango is an orangeface offspring of Nicholas and Pearl, while Aubri is offspring of my Dandelion and Patches.
Nicholas & Pearl
Normal orangeface lovebirds, that surprised us with an lutino offspring this year.