Rosy-faced lovebirds are good indicators of water because they need to drink. If you find Rosy-faced lovebirds in a riverbed, you know water is within flying distance - that's up to five km away.
Although Lovebirds chatter quiet a bit, and they can learn to mimic the human voice, most do not learn to talk.
Just because they don’t talk back doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t talk with them.
You may actually be surprised to hear a word or phrase slip from their little beak. The more time and attention given to your Lovebird, the less likely your bird will develop behaviour problems like biting or feather picking.