Australia, Community, Environment

Michelle’s Weekly Pet Challenge – ( Week 19) – in the Wild


11 thoughts on “Michelle’s Weekly Pet Challenge – ( Week 19) – in the Wild”

  1. Gorgeous parrots and shot Amanda. Great entry for Michelle’s challenge hon. πŸ˜€
    PS: There’s no link back to her post on the logo. πŸ˜‰


    1. No, these are wild birds that are used to humans, but still keep a little distance from them. They are usually found in flocks, and are very noisy. They are nectar feeders, so are found on flowering Australian native plants, often hanging upside down to get all the nectar from a flower. If you do get too close, they fly off. You might find a few people with them as caged breeding birds, but there are so many in the wild, around in suburbia, that there is really no need to keep them in cages. Thanks for your comment and interest in my blog. πŸ™‚


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