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Can Lovebirds talk?

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Lovebirds do not have the ability to talk, but they do let off a loud screech when they are looking for food or attention. Although they can't talk, lovebirds can learn to mimic sounds.

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Can Lovebirds talk?
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Lovebirds are known to chatter throughout the day. They are very loud and vocal when compared to other birds. Their loud noises are often considered a nuisance. This is important to consider when making the decision to purchase one of these birds.

Playing a lovebird sounds from other lovebirds via a soundboard or recording will teach them and assist them in learn new sounds, tunes and songs.


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