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Australian chicken of the year study: new poll ruffles feathers in Canberra - Prices Hall

Pale-headed Rosella  Platycercus adscitus -  Often known as Mealy rosella this species inhabits open woodland areas and is native to north east Australia.

Pale-headed Rosella Platycercus adscitus - Often known as Mealy rosella this species inhabits open woodland areas and is native to north east Australia.

PALE HEADED ROSELLAS  lives east Australia  By Susan Ibbs.  They are common in open woodlands and clearings in eastern Queensland, they are usually seen in small groups, when nesting the ladies lay 4-7 white eggs and they grow to 30cm.

PALE HEADED ROSELLAS lives east Australia By Susan Ibbs. They are common in open woodlands and clearings in eastern Queensland, they are usually seen in small groups, when nesting the ladies lay white eggs and they grow to

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Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo Pair from Australia - males are jet black with a broad band of red in his tail; the female is a more dull black with yellow speckles on her head and breast and yellow patches in her tail

The Swift Parrot (Lathamus discolor) is a migratory species which breeds mainly in the Blue Gum forests of South east Tasmania and spends winter on mainland Australia.  via A Bird's Eye View at www.facebook.com/aBirdsEyeViewforyou

The Swift Parrot (Lathamus discolor) is a migratory species which breeds mainly in the Blue Gum forests of South east Tasmania and spends winter on mainland Australia.

Blue Bonnet Parrot - The Blue Bonnet is a medium sized inland parrot commonly found in the interior of southeastern and central-southern Australia. It is adapted to life in semi-arid regions but can also flourish in regions of medium rainfall towards the eastern and southern extremities of its range

Parrots, Parakeets, Lorikeets and Cockatoos - Information & Pictures

Akalla, Glossy Black Cockatoo /  Leila Jeffreys

© Leila Jeffreys ~ 'Akalla' Glossy Black Cockatoo ~ 2012 c type photograph on archival fibre based cotton rag paper at Tim Olsen Gallery Sydney Australia

Coppia parrocchetti ali gialle (sottospecie dissimilis) - Couple golden-shouldered Parrot - Psephotus chrysopterigius dissimilis. Si noti lo spiccato dimorfismo sessuale, con la femmina che presenta una colorazione interamente verde pallido

Coppia parrocchetti ali gialle (sottospecie dissimilis) - Couple golden-shouldered Parrot - Psephotus chrysopterigius dissimilis. Si noti lo spiccato dimorfismo sessuale, con la femmina che presenta una colorazione interamente verde pallido

0421_8950 Hooded Parrot (Male) - Pine Creek | by alwynsimple

Taken under a tap in the yard of the Pine Creek Hospital. These parrots have a very long tail.