The Fischer’s lovebird has plenty of energy and can be a loyal friend if interacted with regularly. While energetic, Fischer’s tend to be gentler than other lovebird species, especially when in an aviary environment.
The Fischer’s lovebird might not be as popular as the more common peach-faced lovebird but it has an equally charming personality. The Fischer’s is second in popularity to the peach-faced lovebird, but are not second in personality. The Fischer’s natural habitat is central Africa, as with the peach face, and it is quite prolific in captivity — domestically bred babies can be found easily in just about any pet shop. They can be a bit pricier than the normal peach-faced lovebird, especially the rarer mutations, which are quite popular with lovebird fanciers.
Fischer’s Lovebirds will eat a wide variety of foods. Mostly, these are centered on seed mixes and fruits. Be sure to add fresh fruits as well, to ensure a varied and healthy diet. Being very active and inquisitive, even though small, they will prefer a large and roomy cage.
These little birds are all about activity. They are quite the little explorers and mischievous troublemakers. They love to chew, and figure out how things work. Given a chance, they’ll hide about the house, attempt to open their cages, nibble on your buttons or jewelry, and in general – be quite the little devils. All of this is moderate though, and more than often cute and entertaining.
LifeSpan Up To 10-15 Years But Up To 25 Years