Parrot Website Redux

Hi everyone,

I have redesigned and redirected my Wild Parrots of New York website – check out the new look and let me know what you think! In the meantime, here is some recent back yard action:

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3 Responses to “Parrot Website Redux”


  1. 1 Catherine September 28, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    I live close to the Great South Bay in Lindenhurst NY. Saturday (9/26/09) a flock of about 30 parrots landed in the tree in front of my house. I have never seen parrots down this way before. It was amazing! They squabbled for about 5 minutes and headed west.

  2. 2 Susan October 27, 2009 at 5:28 pm

    I recently moved from Georgia to Illinois, and this morning, I was walking my dog, and heard what I thought were starlings. I never imagined that it could be wild parrots!!! I ran home and got my binoculars, got in my car and drove to where I had seen them. Oh, they were beautiful!!! I couldn’t understand why they were so far north. I’d seen a few in Georgia, but never thought I’d see them in Illinois, and in late October! There were about 14-16 of them, and they were precious! What a wonderful morning this is! Hope to see more!.


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