An arduous meal of the Green Parrot | blue macaw | Animals and Discovery

An arduous meal of the Green Parrot | blue macaw | Animals and Discovery

An arduous meal of the Green Parrot | blue macaw | Animals and Discovery
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Amazing Green Parrot is Vegetarian…Taking Rest In The Nest.

Amazing Green Parrot is Vegetarian…Taking Rest In The Nest.

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The parrot, also known as blonde, ajeru, Ajuru, jeru, is one of the many birds belonging to the order Psittaciformes, family Psittacidae, mainly of the genus Amazona. Some parrots are able to mimic sounds and even the human speech.

The vegetarian monk parakeet or Argentina parrot is a species of bird in the family of parrots and distributed naturally from South America and has been introduced in many countries. It is prized as a pet; born in summer and make their nests at a height that can reach 10 meters.

The vegetarian monk parrot is a bird that many years is sought as a pet, especially among Argentines. To this end, it is customary to bring down their nests in summer times where the chicks are removed (more than 30 per nest), and sold as young as possible, as early upbringing makes them more domesticated.

The vegetarian monk Parakeet is mostly green and has the typical long tail parrot. The forehead is bluish-gray, the rest of the head and the chest are gray. The beak is light brown and the iris dark brown. vegetarian monk parakeets have a gray eye ring and gray feet. The wing feathers are blue and black, the under-wing light gray and pale blue. The tail feathers show up drawing a blue and green, the underside is lined with light green to light blue. Males and females are colored alike and externally indistinguishable. For clear distinction therefore a genetic or blood test must be used.

vegetarian monk parakeets build in trees and palm trees large communal nests. This is a phenomenon among the parrot birds are cavity nesters in general. It is interesting that the nests are divided into “apartments”, each inhabited by a couple. Each “apartment” in turn consists of several specialized chambers for sleeping, brooding and stay.

This species is green, with touches of blue and gray. Its fast straight flight the treetops can make it difficult to observe. When on the ground, it has a characteristic and awkward gait.

This vegetarian bird species is remarkable in that it is the only one of the parakeets that build large communal nests with multiple entries, made of branches and twigs, which can reach several meters in size.

The vegetarian monk Parakeet is the only species of parrot that builds its own nest. All other group members ( parrots, macaws, etc.) nest in holes in tree hollows, ravines or termite mounds. The pairs of parakeets nest with the rest of his band and can form nests Community with a maximum of one meter in diameter and 200 kg in weight. Nests are cylindrical structures closed nests attached to the neighbors through the walls outside. The parakeets build their nests with sticks, in the higher branches of different trees.

In nature, feeding the parakeets consists of fruits, vegetables, seeds, shrubs and grasses, flowers and buds, and even in captivity, it is not recommended to use food out of this pattern.

In southern Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, the Monk Parakeet is considered pests in areas of cultivation of maize and sorghum and in orchards. With the disappearance of the forests where they lived, the parakeets started to look for food crops that now occupy their natural habitat. With easy food and phasing of their predators, such as hawks, the population of the species increased easily.

Also in Europe there are breeding communities, particularly in Barcelona of Spain and Belgium . Were released at the beginning of the twentieth century in the parks of the city of Brussels and is nowadays possible to find them a significant part of urban green spaces. However begin to emerge possible sightings of the species in other nearby urban areas.

The cultivation of eucalyptus, originating in Australia and introduced in Brazil between the years 1855 and 1870, also has an important role in the population explosion of parakeets. The Parakeet found in eucalyptus perfect place to nest, building nests in the upper branches of eucalyptus (10 meters high), eggs, chicks and adults are very well protected from attack by natural enemies and hindering population control by of man.