Yellow Backed Chattering Lories
L. g. flavopalliatus ( subspecies of Chattering lory)
This beautiful subspecies of Chattering Lory is endemic to Kasiruta, Bacan, Obi and Mandioli Islands, Indonesia.
They are a large Lory with spectacular scarlet, green and yellow plumage.
We obtained our original birds in 1999 through back trades with Adelaide zoo and have added to the collection over the years from reputable breeders, to keep a wide genetic diversity amongst our breeding stock.
We think they are one of the prettiest exotic lories. The large yellow patch distinguishes them from the nominate species L. g. garrulus which carries little to no yellow on the back. In Australia it is rare to see large yellow patches as displayed on our birds in the photos above. It has taken considerable time, effort and expense to maintain the colour within our lines, keeping them true to the subspecies. We are ecstatic over the amazing results we have achieved .
We find they are relatively easy to bred in captivity and are generally very attentive parents if they aren't disturbed.
All our birds are either parent started or parent reared this way they receive the natural crop and gut flora from the parents which is important for a robust immune system.
The first step to successfully breeding Lories is obtaining healthy compatible pairs. If you're interested in enquiring about availability or purchasing some of our stock, whether it be single birds or unrelated pairs or if you're just after some more advice on this species,
call Craig on 0476056221
We freight Australia wide at buyers expense and always guarantee DNA sexing and that the birds will arrive in good health.
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