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PattuCheenu Oct 20
🗺Where There Is Unity There Is Always Victory Friends Have A Great Filled With ℒℴѵℯ, Joy, Peace, Good Health Take Care ℒℴѴℯ You All💕🗺 🦜🦜🦜🦜
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Dr Andrew Digby Oct 16
have two departure strategies when released from a crate/bag into the wild. Here’s Ako demonstrating the ‘stealth exit' on Te Kakahu/Chalky Island yesterday.
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SWIFT PARROT Oct 18
Look at this baby musk lorikeet and it’s tiny silly beak 😚😍
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Gursimran Kaur Oct 19
! Look at these playing . 👏👏👏🤗
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Dr Andrew Digby Oct 13
Big transfer day on Whenua Hou: we’ve just sent 10 birds off to Anchor and Te Kakahu/Chalky Island. We’re reducing the numbers on WH, which is too full, and optimising genetics of each island.
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Dadi's Awesome Kitchen! Oct 16
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Parrot Tips Oct 19
The intelligence of means they are quick to learn tricks and other behaviours-both good and bad-that get them what they want.
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Huong Ly Tong Oct 20
Replying to @lytong22
We spotted some king on Lane Cove National Park.
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Parrot Tips Oct 20
The most important components of most ' diets are seeds, nuts, fruit, buds and other plant material.
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Dr Andrew Digby Oct 14
Perfect day in Southland for a flight, taking 5 more from Whenua Hou to Anchor Island and Te Kakahu. Fiordland looking beautiful with fresh snow.
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Dr Andrew Digby Oct 15
Today we transferred 5 from Whenua Hou: 4 to Anchor and 1 to Te Kakahu/Chalky Island in Fiordland. A sixth was too light, so was left behind.
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Parrot Tips 14h
Almost all nest in tree hollows (or nest boxes in captivity), and lay white eggs from which hatch altricial (helpless) young.
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Parrot Tips 7h
are seed predators rather than seed dispersers.
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Parrot Tips Oct 19
Larger need a regular supply of new toys, branches, or other items to chew up.
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Parrot Tips Oct 20
Most exhibit little or no sexual dimorphism. They form the most variably sized bird order in terms of length.
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Parrot Tips Oct 20
are found in most tropical and subtropical regions.
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Dan Murray-Serter 🧠 ♥ Oct 19
Want to cheer people up? Just bring your pet to the park. Pretty obvious now you know.
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HRH Rowannicus Rex Oct 19
Our happy little flock: Junior and Peggy 😀
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The Parrot Fund Oct 20
Greyhaven to host weekend online fundraiser: via
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Dr Andrew Digby Oct 15
Today we also transferred Hurihuri from Te Kakahu to Whenua Hou, via a night in Invercargill. He was finally caught yesterday by our release team (Jake & Brodie) on TK - having previously evaded capture many times.
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