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Australian ringneck, Ringneck Parrot, Twenty Eights, [Sub- species Mallee Ringneck] Alternate name
Platycercus zonarius, alt Barnarius zonarius. Scientific name 
Psittaciformes Order
Psittacidae Family   
36 - 43 cm length
Rainforest, dry forest, savanna, shrubland, grassland, pasture land, arable land, rural gardens, often near water, in:- [Austrailia:- Australian Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia &

Western Austrailia.]

Habitat
  1. 4 - 6 White eggs, incubation by female in 20 days, fledging with care from both parents 30 days.
Clutch
Seeds, fruit, berries, buds, insects & larvae. Food
gregarious, and sometimes nomadic. Habits
1457                          World Number

Least Concern

Status

Photo by marj k all rights reserved

Part of a unique photo collection. 

Ringneck Parrot Call
(Barnardius zonarius occidentalis?)
Mark Harper XC40591
21-10-2009, Australia

 Slideshow courtesy The Friends Of Worldbirds all rights reserved

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view photos  Photo February 17, 2007 by Christophe Pasquier all rights reserved

 

 
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