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Hi. Everyone. I thought id post some video's of Wild Budgies in Australia. The Budgerigar is an Australian Bird. I thought id share some video's of them for you all to see. Please enjoy the video's of the Australian Wild Budgerigar's.



 

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the start of the first video is absolutely amazing! Infact all the slow motion close ups of them flying are haha! The other 2 videos are awesome too! Thanks for sharing these Lyn! :p:budgie:
 

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Have you seen lots of wild one's Lynn? I am really looking forward to that! Someday I will come and spend a few months in Australia traveling around just to see all the birds. My best friend is from there but she has lived here for about 20 yrs. Someday she and I will take a trip so she can show me her country! You are so lucky to live someplace with so many different and amazing parrot species! There aren't any native ones left in the US.
 

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Amazing, thank you Lynn. I almost got lost flying with the flock in my mind. Truly uplifting.

Blessings,

Jo Ann:budge:
 

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You are so lucky to live someplace with so many different and amazing parrot species! There aren't any native ones left in the US.
I think this every morning when I go for a walk.. I just walk in a loop, 3.6km, and I see:

Parrots: sulphur crested cockatoos, rosy galahs, rosellas, corellas, red rumps, musk lorikeets
Other "common" birds: crows, magpies, blackbirds, sparrows, magpie larks (Murray magpies), wattle birds, mynahs, yellow honeyeaters, finches, pigeons, doves, willie wagtails, wood ducks, pacific black ducks
Other "less common" visitors: superb fairy wren (on my front lawn!), white ibis, grey white-faced herons, kites (often hovering over paddocks), hooded plovers, kookaburras
At "the duck house" (a neighbour who has a mixed flock who all graze in a small paddock that is their yard, complete with natural watercourse): Huge Cape geese (who've just had goslings.. So much awwwww!), chickens, mallards, Muscovy ducks, Indian runners.

I feel incredibly lucky to have my life enriched by these beautiful birds .. Not to mention my beautiful boy at home!
 

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I think this every morning when I go for a walk.. I just walk in a loop, 3.6km, and I see:

Parrots: sulphur crested cockatoos, rosy galahs, rosellas, corellas, red rumps, musk lorikeets
Other "common" birds: crows, magpies, blackbirds, sparrows, magpie larks (Murray magpies), wattle birds, mynahs, yellow honeyeaters, finches, pigeons, doves, willie wagtails, wood ducks, pacific black ducks
Other "less common" visitors: superb fairy wren (on my front lawn!), white ibis, grey white-faced herons, kites (often hovering over paddocks), hooded plovers, kookaburras
At "the duck house" (a neighbour who has a mixed flock who all graze in a small paddock that is their yard, complete with natural watercourse): Huge Cape geese (who've just had goslings.. So much awwwww!), chickens, mallards, Muscovy ducks, Indian runners.

I feel incredibly lucky to have my life enriched by these beautiful birds .. Not to mention my beautiful boy at home!
I have bird envy!!!! My dream since being a young child, has been to go to Australia to see the birds!
 
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