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Parrotlet Contact Calls

Listen to green-rumped parrotlet contact calls in the nest for the difference and similarities.

By Jessica Pineda

In the December 2011 issue of BIRD TALK Magazine, you learned about the green-rumped parrotlets of Venezuela. Now, watch these videos to hear the parrotlet parent and chick contact calls.

Parrot communication in the wild from Karl Berg on Vimeo.

In this video, you can hear the parrotlet calls, without much difference between the two. But once they are slowed down, you can hear the differences and the similarities.

Nestling Vocal Signatures from Karl Berg on Vimeo.

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