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New here need help with bird ID. (1 Viewer)


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Any help with ID would be appreciated. Location is in Pangasinan Philippines and he was found yesterday.


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delia todd

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Opus Editor
Hi Beams and a warm welcome to you from all the Staff and Moderators.

I've moved your post to the ID forum for their help. But I think this may be an escaped pet which could make it impossible to properly identify.

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I look forward to hearing your news.

Joern Lehmhus

Well-known member
It is an escaped pet . It is a yellow collared or black masked lovebird (Agapornis personatus, an African species ) and at that, a blue mutation that doesn´t occur in the wild.

They must never be kept single, only in pairs or groups with severla of the same species (NOT with other parrots as companions) ... and it should not be released into the wild

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