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  • n. Plural form of parrotlet.


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  • I would have to keep my cat away from any parrotlets or bunnies, though.

    self-potrait with fancy bird platter & hat & bird | clusterflock

  • The region hosts an amazing number of avifauna; there are 681 reported bird species including red-shouldered macaws (Ara nobilis), sun parakeets (Aratinga solstitialis), and green-rumped parrotlets (Forpus passerinus).

    Monte Alegre varzea

  • How long before we have baby parrotlets, do you think?

    Birdwatching is so educational

  • At the edge of a clump of trees, a flock of colorful Mexican parrotlets squawk a warning before taking off en masse to find a different perch.

    Rincon de Guayabitos revisited: the major sights nearby

  • I'm busy sprouting seeds for the little bugger and have devoured a 200+ page book on the care, social habits, and various species of parrotlets and dwarf parrots of the world.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • I want to start with green cheek conures, or parrotlets.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • The swallow-tanagers give way to parrotlets: three lime green droplets whirling above the canopy.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The young green-rumped parrotlets in the study picked up their names from their parents.

    Ars Technica

  • I'm having daydreams about moving to the country and setting up an aviary and raising macaws and parrotlets and lovebirds and gouldian finches.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Parrots, parakeets, parrotlets and macaws are all parrots in the order Psittaciformes. Chronicle


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