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The Blue Masked Lovebird will get up to about 6" (14.5 - 15. 5 cm) in length.

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  • Friendly and easy to care for, the Blue Masked Lovebird will make a delightful and enjoyable addition to any household. They are relatively hardy and are easy to breed, making them every bit as good a pet as the . Some even suggest that they may be a bit calmer, though others say they are just as mischievous.

    The Blue Masked Lovebird is a favorite color variety of the . Though easily bred in captivity, this attractive variation also occurs naturally in the wild.

  • Typical of all the lovebirds, the Blue Masked Lovebird is very social and loves companionship. Their natural behavior is to live closely with a companion so are often kept with another lovebird. Though they make a very fine and affectionate pet when hand-raised, they will need a lot of attention if kept singly. Most are kept in pairs to satisfy their considerable need for constant companionship, mutual preening, and socialization.

    The Blue Masked Lovebird is the best known color mutation of the , and this variety occurs naturally in the wild as well as in captivity. It is very attractive with a black head, blue body, and a white collar around the neck and on the upper breast.
    All the Masked Lovebird mutations have a black 'mask' and their names refer to their body coloring, in this case 'blue'. Other color mutations include the Green Masked Lovebird which is also very common, and other more uncommon varieties such as the medium blue (cobalt) and the dark blue (slate).

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  • Blue masked lovebird (male and female) 2015
    Blue masked lovebird (male) 2015

    I have a blue masked lovebird who just lost his mate of 3 years. He is healthy - can he be "remated" safely? He is 3 yrs old. I have their babies (5) distributed in 3 other cages so he's not alone - just looks lonely.

Female Blue Masked Lovebird with cage

The Blue Masked Lovebird is excellent for the beginning breeder. These birds will breed as either single pairs or in colonies, and have the same behaviors as the Masked Lovebird. When you provide them with a nest box be sure to also provide lots of willow twigs, strips of bark, or other nesting materials.
The hen will lay three to four eggs which are incubated for about 21 to 23 days. The young fledge (leave the nest) in about 44 to 45 days. When they become independent, remove the young to their own housing.
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