Turquoise Parrot

Turquoise Parrot and Paradise Parrot

Turquoise parrots are considered endangered in Victoria and New South Wales. However they are known to survive in several places. It has been known that Turquoise parrot has been found in bushland near Sydney, that's one of the reasons why many people believed they still exist. They might survived in enough numbers not to become extinct for some time.

Turquoise Parrot

Meanwhile, the Paradise parrot is known as beautifully coloured birds, however they have not seen since 1927. Many people believed that some still survive. Their appearance attracts many breeders and most of them wished to keep them in aviaries. They nested in termite mounds and feed on grass seeds and plants but unfortunately most of them are unable to find enough food to eat.

Paradise Parrot

When birds become rare, many of us hoped that one day someone will discover and prove to everybody that they are not extinct.

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