The Grey-headed Lovebird or Madagascar lovebird (Agapornis canus) is a small species of parrot of the lovebird genus. It is a mainly green parrot. The species is sexually dimorphic and only the adult male has grey on its upper body. They are native on the island of Madagascar and are the only lovebird species which are not native on the African continent. They are the smallest of the lovebird species.
In the first of these photos I took at Ankarafantsika NP, you can see a pair of lovebirds and the distinctive grey head on the male.
Grey-headed Lovebirds’ range is all around Madagascar except for the interior. The easiest place to see them is Ankarafantsika NP where they are all over the trees surrounding the car park. You don’t even have to enter the park! This turned out well as we couldn’t enter anyways until the office opened and we bought tickets and hired a guide. The lovebirds are there all day, you can see them even during lunch time although they are much quieter then.