This bird escaped from captivity and found our Birch tree quite inviting. I climbed onto the roof and starting taking pictures. San Jose, California
Endemic to South Australia. San Jose, California
San Jose, California
This bird escapes periodically from the neighbors aviary. When it does I get my camera out. San Jose, California
Blue and Yellow Macaws are found from Panama to Paraguay. San Jose, California
These birds congregate in flocks of 100 or more individuals that move as a leaderless group................... In Captivity - San Jose
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
The Yellow-crested Cockatoo is native to East Timor, Indonesia's islands of Sulawesi and the Lesser Sundas. In Captivity - San Jose
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
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.
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.
Native to New Zealand. Kaori Wildlife Preserve, Wellington, New Zealand
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
Native to the temperate and subtropical areas of Argentina. This bird is a feral population in Brooklyn, NY. Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NYC
Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NYC
Indigenous to Australia, eastern Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Denver Zoo