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parakeets

one of the bird groups known as typical parrots in the family Psittacidae. Small parrots with long tails and include the budgerigar.
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John Money took this photo of a ring-necked parakeet
I knew it was a parakeet because one of my wife Sue's relatives lives in London and they have had a large population growing there.
Summary: West Bengal [India], August 27 (ANI): The Border Security Force (BSF) on Sunday seized 43 Australian turquoise parakeets worth Rs 14.
These include the parakeet, plants like Himalayan balsam, the grey squirrel, mink and the noble false widow spider, introduced accidentally in cargoes of fruit.
This bird is the rarest of our five parakeet species, with the population between 200 and 400, so we installed 500 self-resetting traps in Lake Sumner Forest Park last week as part of DOCs Battle for our Birds programme, Ms Barry says.
This is the first report that lays bare the molecular classification of Pakistani wild Rose-ringed Parakeet at sub-specie level using novel Cytb gene polymorphism.
They asked around in Coventry to see if anyone had lost a blue parakeet but drew a blank, so tried Facebook instead.
A delightful giftbook for children and families, The Mermaid and the Parakeet is highly recommended.
Virus was isolated from the respiratory tract of 1 parakeet, 2 finches, and all 3 chickens, 2 of which had virus in the gastrointestinal tract.
But one Cardiff resident woke up to find exactly this when he was greeted from his morning slumber by a bright green parakeet.
Monk Parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus), a new species breeding in the southern part of Baja California.
It's a bright green parakeet which is flying among the trees in Beaumont Park.