Swift Parrots

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Subject: Swift Parrots
From: "Paul Taylor" <>
Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 22:25:52 +1000
> Remember - red underwings, long sharp pointed tail, very fast, 
> pip, pip, pip call = swift parrot.

Hopefully not a silly question...

8-9% of males are red/green challenged, so red underwings isn't always
an easy field mark.  Assuming that you don't see them, is there an easy
way to pick a Swift Parrot from other similarly fast-flying parrots?



Paul Taylor

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