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Date:11/26/2014 6:11:32 PM
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Hello My Ceasaur~
I hope you are having a wonderful day! It was raining this morning and then it got sunny. Now it's getting cloudy again! At least it's not boring!
It was so wonderful to talk to your mom yesterday! Mom has really missed her and we are glad you are all doing well.
I didn't leave the parakeet blog yesterday and I'm sorry about that! If you take a peek at my gallery you will see the Tui parakeet from South America! It's a mini me! Oh it is just adorable! Wish we could get one but they don't sell them in the US1
Please give mom and the flock our love!
I love you my zon guy! I'll be by in the morning to pick you up for the game!

Here is the Parakeet Blog for today!

I want to thank my friend Amando for suggesting these birds! THANKS AMANDO!

Today I am featuring 4 Parakeets. They are all from the same genus - Barnardi! These birds are the Australian Ring-necked! Unlike the Ring-necked in India and Asia, these birds have yellow rings around their necks.

The Australian Ringnecks are the Cloncurry Parrot, The Mallee Ring-necked, Port Lincoln Parrot and the Twenty-eight Parrot.

The Cloncurry is named for a town in Queensland. The Mallee is named for a town in Victoria. The Port Lincoln is named for a town in South Australia. The Twenty-eight is called the Twenty-eight parrot because when they call to each other, it sounds like they are saying "Twenty-eight"! Is that cool or what?

The ring-necked parakeets are in almost every state in Australia. They do not live on the coast or in extreme tropical or highland areas. They forage on the ground and in the tree and like to eat seeds, fruits and nuts. The flocks are big so these guys are not on the endangered list.

They are listed for adoption and for sale on websites from Australia. They were listed at $200 for a pair. I did see a few breeders in the US who had them listed but said they did not have any right now. There are a few places in Australia where you have to get a permit to own more than 4 of the Port Lincoln Parrots and a few places where the Cloncurry are not allowed at all.

The Cloncurry is the least aggressive of this group but they say they are all pretty aggressive birds. They do not suggest having more than on pair in an aviary because they will take over!

Thank you so much for your time! Please feel free to check out the Australian Ring-Necked picture in my gallery! Thank you too for all the votes you have been leaving for Muffin 203943! It's her last week so lets make sure she gets a big finish!! Please have your friends come by and leave a vote for her too!

Love, hugs and a vote from "no votes please~ only leave a hug" Sugar
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