Skittles and Mango
I got my two peach faced love birds for my birthday in may 2010, they were then four months old. The guy we got them from told us that they spent at least two hours a day hand raising them and that they were the last of six. I couldn't stand to be the one to seperate them so I got them both.
When I got them home I quickly learned that these birds had not had half as much hand time as I was told skittles was vicious and drew blood from any one who got close enough to her and mango was absolutely terrifien of people all together. With ALOT of work and bitten fingers both of my birds finally enjoyed human contact and would sit by the cage door waiting to get out.
Sadly I had to leave for a week long horse show and the people that had watched our previous love bird ( that landed on my shoulder at a party and was the sweetest bird I have ever met) voluntered to watch them again but after about three days they started to bite again and the people quit handling them, so when I got back they were biting again but after about two days with me they were back to no biting and just cuddling.
For people looking at lovebirds as a possible pet I recomend only getting one if you have plenty of time to be with them if they dint get enough attention they become very violent and although they are teeny they pack a gigantic punch. If this is your first bird I suggest getting only one and that it should be hand raised not parent raised. It has been my experience that the peach faced birds are a little more aggressive but if they are given the propper care and affection they are very loving pets