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  • Adelaide Rosella ( Parrot Family)

    This bird escaped from captivity and found our Birch tree quite inviting. I climbed onto the roof and starting taking pictures. San Jose, California

  • Adelaide Rosella

    Endemic to South Australia. San Jose, California

  • Adelaide Rosella

    San Jose, California

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    This bird escapes periodically from the neighbors aviary. When it does I get my camera out. San Jose, California

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    Blue and Yellow Macaws are found from Panama to Paraguay. San Jose, California

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    These birds congregate in flocks of 100 or more individuals that move as a leaderless group................... In Captivity - San Jose

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    In Captivity

  • Eclectus Parrot - female

    The Eclectus Parrot is native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea, NE Australia and the Maluku Islands. The female is a bright red, the male is an emerald green. In Captivity - San Jose

  • Yellow-crested Cockatoo

    The Yellow-crested Cockatoo is native to East Timor, Indonesia's islands of Sulawesi and the Lesser Sundas. In Captivity - San Jose

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    The Kea is native to the South Island of New Zealand. It is mostly olive-green with a brilliant orange under its wings and has a large, narrow, curved, grey-brown upper beak. The Kea is the world's only alpine parrot. Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand. The underside of the Kea wing is a bright orange/red. Unfortunately it is not visible in this image, the only photo I have with the Kea in flight.

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand. The black background was the black window of a tour bus as the Kea was perched atop a car parked in front of the bus.

  • Kaka (Parrot Family)

    Native to New Zealand. Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Red-crowned Parakeet

    Native to New Zealand. It is one of three New Zealand parakeet species known by the Māori name kākāriki. Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Red-crowned Parakeet

    Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Red-crowned Parakeet

    Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Monk Parrot/Parakeet

    Native to the temperate and subtropical areas of Argentina. This bird is a feral population in Brooklyn, NY. Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NYC

  • Monk Parrot/Parakeet

    Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NYC

  • Lorikeet

    Denver Zoo

  • Rainbow Lorikeet

    Indigenous to Australia, eastern Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Denver Zoo

  • Adelaide Rosella ( Parrot Family)

    This bird escaped from captivity and found our Birch tree quite inviting. I climbed onto the roof and starting taking pictures. San Jose, California

  • Adelaide Rosella

    Endemic to South Australia. San Jose, California

  • Adelaide Rosella

    San Jose, California

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    This bird escapes periodically from the neighbors aviary. When it does I get my camera out. San Jose, California

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    Blue and Yellow Macaws are found from Panama to Paraguay. San Jose, California

  • Blue & Yellow Macaw

    These birds congregate in flocks of 100 or more individuals that move as a leaderless group................... In Captivity - San Jose

  • Eclectus Parrot - female

    The Eclectus Parrot is native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea, NE Australia and the Maluku Islands. The female is a bright red, the male is an emerald green. In Captivity - San Jose

  • Yellow-crested Cockatoo

    The Yellow-crested Cockatoo is native to East Timor, Indonesia's islands of Sulawesi and the Lesser Sundas. In Captivity - San Jose

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    The Kea is native to the South Island of New Zealand. It is mostly olive-green with a brilliant orange under its wings and has a large, narrow, curved, grey-brown upper beak. The Kea is the world's only alpine parrot. Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand. The underside of the Kea wing is a bright orange/red. Unfortunately it is not visible in this image, the only photo I have with the Kea in flight.

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand

  • Kea (Parrot Family)

    Milford Sound Road, New Zealand. The black background was the black window of a tour bus as the Kea was perched atop a car parked in front of the bus.

  • Kaka (Parrot Family)

    Native to New Zealand. Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Red-crowned Parakeet

    Native to New Zealand. It is one of three New Zealand parakeet species known by the Māori name kākāriki. Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Red-crowned Parakeet

    Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Red-crowned Parakeet

    Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Monk Parrot/Parakeet

    Native to the temperate and subtropical areas of Argentina. This bird is a feral population in Brooklyn, NY. Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NYC

  • Monk Parrot/Parakeet

    Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NYC

  • Lorikeet

    Denver Zoo

  • Rainbow Lorikeet

    Indigenous to Australia, eastern Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Denver Zoo