Fwd: African Ringneck

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Subject: Fwd: African Ringneck
From: Youngs FamilyMail <>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 09:06:43 +1100

I made a mistake in my previous email. It was an Alexandrine Parrot, due to
it's pinkish shoulders, not an African Ringneck.

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From: Youngs FamilyMail <>
Date: Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 8:12 AM
Subject: Re: African Ringneck
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Hi everyone,

An interesting observation this morning as I was parking my car in
Eveleigh, I spotted an African Ringneck feeding in a small tree with 2
Galahs. The birds were only about 2 metres away from me, so I got a really
good look at it before it left. The Galah's weren't too fussed with the
birds, as all 3 of them flew off together a short time later.
It made me wonder whether the Ringneck had become acquanted with the
Galahs, or if it was just coincidence that those birds were together at
that time.
So I was just wondering if it might be possible for a tame bird to become
acquainted with wild birds?
Has anyone heard of this happening before?

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