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By JimHannnah
These types of parrot are Lorikeets, and are common in the wild in Queensland. This chap (or chapess) made an appearance on the back of my garden chair, and was quite happy to hang around for a few minutes while I took a few shots of him/her? (Anyone know how to tell the sexes apart)?

Tags: Wildlife Birds Parrot Lorikeet Wildlife and nature Flash and lighting

Voters: welshjohn, LV426, MRS_IMANDER and 3 more

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4 May 2010 12:38PM
Lovely colours
MRS_IMANDER 13 14 United Kingdom
4 May 2010 3:24PM
beautiful and amazing colours....sadly visual sexing is unreliable and dna feather sexing is needed to determine wether a male or female but either lucky are u to have them flying about u!!! lol

lovely capture
well done
12 10 10 England
4 May 2010 7:43PM
So colourful .
5 May 2010 7:39AM
Good capture,

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