Two wonderful love birds.
Black masked- 3 year old, hand reared beauty. Believed to be a male. A right little character, enjoys playing with his bell and enjoys playing ball. He a cheeky little thing.
Red head love bird- 2 and half year old. Was purchased to keep the black masked love bird company. Believed to be a male. Gets on wonderfully with the black masked love bird. Enjoys warm baths and eating!
Both enjoy being out of the cage, I often sit on the floor with them while they play, eat and argue about the bells!
They have both come from a very loving home and would only sell to a suitable home. Only selling due to twins arriving in June. It is not a decision we have come to lightly.
Comes with a flight cage, food and lots of toys!
Will be happy to discuss questions further.
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