Parakeet, go. Don't be an idiot.
I have a sick Parakeet to attend to.
Finches, Parakeets and other small birds love these seeds.
Mom! Dad bought me a Parakeet, just like I wanted.
My dear lassie petite if I peck you like a Parakeet.
Will you keep him in a cage like a Parakeet forever?
Jimi Hendrix might have let Parakeets loose in London(but probably not).
Spreading your wings of desires sweet you fly to distant horizons, my Parakeet.
Parakeet and pink cockatoo:
By courtesy of Australian International Public Relations; woman: By courtesy of West Australian Tourist Commission.
The word“Parakeet” first popped up in the 17th century,
ultimately probably from the Old French“paroquet” from the Italian“parrocchetto”, meaning“little priest”.
For the last
15 years, the 63-years-old camera mechanic has been spending half of his earnings to feed ring-necked Parakeets.
Parakeets are any kind of parrot that are small
to medium in size and have a slender body and long tail feathers.
Lorikeets and Parakeets are indeed beautiful birds and are great for pets,
although the former will need more care than the latter.
These have bushy eyebrows and tufted chins. Feathered creatures abound as well, from ornate peacocks and parrots to Parakeets and pigeons.
Keep an eye out in Richmond Park for the colony of ring-necked Parakeets that are breeding here with great success-
there may be up to a hundred pairs.
The Parakeet was hidden in the back bedroom overnight,
but, in the early morning dark of Christmas Day, the softly glowing bubble lights on our tree revealed the birdc.
This theory was tested in 2009 with Parakeets, and sure enough,
their yawning increased as the ambient temperature increased, but decreased at the highest temperatures"when evaporative cooling mechanisms became more frequent(i.e., panting).".
Of the 28 forest bird species with habitat exclusively in that forest, Pimm claims four become extinct either wholly or mostly because of habitat loss, the passenger pigeon,
Carolina Parakeet, ivory-billed woodpecker, and Bachman's warbler.
One corollary to this theory is that contagious yawning in wild populations(like the Parakeets) arises after environmental threats are perceived,
leading many to opine that it evolved as a survival mechanism by encouraging the entire group to become more vigilant and, thereby, more attuned to danger.