Sunday Smile: Parrots and Parakeets

For this week’s Sunday Smile, we take a minute to introduce you to the parrots and parakeets that live in the large palm trees near the male Asian barn. While Lady enjoys some of the grass in the male habitat, Scott shows off a quick view of the landscape. You can hear just how many birds surround him and see some flying around. Wait until the end for a close-up glimpse of the lovely, chatty animals.


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    Pam says

    A sanctuary for all God’s creatures!

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    Debbie says

    If those are green parrots, we have at least 1 flock in & around Melbourne, Fl. They think they either got loose during a hurricane or blown in by one. I used to love to watch them at my feeders. They always had someone high watching out while others ate. Then switch up. I found them very considerate of their flock mates. I wonder if they are the same there 😉🐦🐦🌎🌬

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    Bill says

    Thanks for the guided tour. This is a small example of how elephants are a keystone species.

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    Alana says

    Paradise! Who wouldn’t love to live here!

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    Joanne says

    Thank you for preserving their nesting areas!

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    Wim says

    Nice airport for feathered friends.

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    Carey says

    Would love to see more of how the land and its inhabitants change over the years, in UK we call it rewilding when land is taken back from being farmland. UK is particularly wildlife depleted, hopefully Brazil still thriving or will be able to regenerate in spite of so much damage being done to amazononian lands, and it’s people. maybe local ecologists would be interested in making a study

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    Sheila says

    Oh my. noisey birdies. GREAT they live in ur paradise!!🌴🌴🌳 Maybe lil LADY ENJOYS THEM. CAN U GET ANY LARGE PARROT. PICS SCOTT??

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    Richard Chiger says

    Do you know what kind of parrots they are? They look like dwarf macaws, but it is very hard to see in the video. I have two parrots that I have had for more than 35 years. I would love to set them free, but they would not survive even if I took them to Central America. I feel something wonderful when I see parrots living freely as much as I do when I see wild elephants. None of them belong in captivity. I would love to know what kind of parrots they are.

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      Sara says

      I’m sorry. There are a number of kinds of parrots around, so I can’t be sure what kind they are.

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    Terry says

    Truly paradise!

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    Richard Chiger says

    I had asked what kind of parrots were there. There are myriad species of parrots in Brazil. I couldn’t tell by the picture what they were.

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      Sara says

      There are so many different types of parrots that it can be hard to tell. The ones in the video are Jundiaí.

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    Richard Chiger says

    Jenday conures? They are beautiful small parrots with yellow bodies, green wings and long tails. I am so happy that they are free and not in a pet shop being sold. I have two parrots, I love them but I would love to see them living free. Unfortunately, that cannot happen so I give them the best life I can.

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