Plum Headed Parakeet (Female)

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The Plum-headed Parakeet (Psittacula cyanocephala) is a parakeet endemic to the Indian Subcontinent. Along with Psittacula roseata of the Himalayas it was sometimes known by the name of Blossom-headed Parakeet which is now used to refer only to Psittacula roseata. Plum-headed Parakeets are found in flocks, the males having a pinkish purple head and the females, a grey head. They fly swiftly with twists and turns accompanied by their distinctive calls.[wiki]


2 thoughts on “Plum Headed Parakeet (Female)

  1. Too splendid! I love the parakeets here (not indigenous, I fear…once domestic, but escapees have done very well establishing themselves here). There is nothing more cheering than the sound of their jubilant chattering chortling in the morning. Excellent post, lovely creature indeed. Parakeets are absolutely fascinating- their great flocks, the tremendous patters they create, and the speed and accuracy of their flight is just incredible. Remarkable birds indeed. Cheers,

    Autumn Jade

    • Thanks you on the behalf of the parakeets.Most parrots has a population decline due to habitat loss in the world but in India they are accustomed to people and adjusted accordingly,Only Indian parakeets can live in a bustling city.
      Just followed your blog..What a gem,you capture dreams.

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