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The Wild Quaker Parrots Of Texas

Check out this exclusive video on the wild quaker parrots of Texas, courtesy of the National Parrot Rescue and Preservation Foundation.

There are many naturalized parrots in the United States, and one species is the quaker parrot! Quaker parrots live in many states, such as Texas, California and New York. In several states, it is illegal to own quaker parrots, so check out the "Where Can You Own A Quaker Parrot?" infographic to see if you can own a quaker parrot in your state.


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I have a pair eating at my bird feeder right now.
Duane, Saginaw, TX
Posted: 4/7/2014 3:35:19 PM
They have shown up in my yard this year for the first time. I live in Saginaw, Tx. They are 2 pairs.
Peg, fort worth, TX
Posted: 2/10/2014 2:57:34 PM
Yes, there are many Quakers here. I just knew about the quakers in Chicago prior to this Texas group. I think people should be allowed to have them for pets.
William, San Francisco, CA
Posted: 12/9/2012 2:32:59 PM
I can HEAR that they recorded this from a distance.
A nest of Quakers does not allow for conversation within a hundred feet. What a din.
richard, Tamarac, FL
Posted: 10/18/2012 5:54:15 PM
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