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This is from a couple of weeks ago.  The poor little thing was getting mobbed by a flock of seagulls and finally settled on the wall close to me. I must have seemed less threatening than the gulls.

 

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Fuji E-E3 with Fuji 55-200

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Are these considered parrots? Over here they are called cockatiels. 

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3 hours ago, Dallas said:

Are these considered parrots? Over here they are called cockatiels. 

 

They also go by the name crested parrot here, but you are right, it is a cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus).

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