Originally Posted by FaeryBee
If I were you, I'd simply assume that Pippo is a male and wouldn't worry about DNA testing.
That's what I will do.
After all, I wanted to know his gender just out of curiosity, it's not important at all.
It would have been important if we were planning to find him a mate, but we aren't, as Pippo is old and presumably handraised (he landed on the shoulder of a close friend of my grandfather, who gave the lovebird to him; if Pippo was "wild" or handtamed I don't think he would have trusted a random person so much).
Again, thank you!