The yellow-collared lovebird (Agapornis personatus), also called masked lovebird or eye ring lovebird, is a monotypic species of bird of the lovebird genus in the parrot family Psittaculidae. They are native to northeast Tanzania and have been introduced to Burundi and Kenya.
They are near endemic to Tanzania and are very easily seen at the northern end of Tarangire National Park. They frequent a well at Whistling Thorn Camp and were the first birds to welcome us in!
I had to search through a lot of captive bird videos to find some in the wild!
This is why they are called lovebirds!