The turquoise has the scientific name Neophema pulchella and belongs to the Psittacidae family. It is also called turquoise, turquoise parrot, or turquoise parrot. In English, it is called a turquoise parrot. He has a calm, gentle, and sociable personality.
Distribution of turquoisine
The turquoise originates from Australia, more precisely southeast of Queensland, passing through New South Wales and northeast of Victoria. It is usually found in open pastures and forests with eucalyptus and conifers.
Starfire my Turquoisine Parakeet goes into the Bird Room for the First Time
SOURCE:Love of Pets
Physical characteristics of turquoise
The turquoise is about 20 centimeters long and 40 grams in weight. The male is predominantly green, with yellowish underparts and a bright turquoise face. Its wings are blue and its shoulders are red. The female is paler, with a green breast and yellow belly, and has no red wing spot. The upper part of the turquoise parrot’s chest has an orange tint, while the yellow abdomen may show an orange center.
Predominantly sedentary, it can be locally nomadic. It has some mutations, the yellow mutation being the most frequent. His call is melodic. In-flight, the call is tinkling, but at other times the bird only emits an alarm call.
Feeding is done through seeds and some fruits. He has a habit of foraging the ground in search of food, especially in clearings of forests and pastures.
Reproduction of turquoisine
Turquoise nests are usually made in hollow trees. However, the habitat has been changed and potential nesting sites are lost. The female lays 2 to 8 bright white eggs, usually choosing locations away from cleared land. The female incubates the eggs and takes care of the young. She feeds them in the first days and then the male starts to help. The bird is monogamous and the male perches on a tree trunk extending its wings to show its red and blue marks when courting a female.
How to download or listen to turquoise songs
You can download the turquoise corner on our website. To do this, just right-click on the name of the corner, then click on “Save Link As …” and choose the location where it will be saved. You can also listen, just click on the play button.