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birds - buggies, colorful, colorful lorikeets, colors, birds, small parrots, flat tails, green, flower, flowers, nature, animals
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Budgerigars are nomadic birds found in open habitats, primarily in Australian scrubland, open woodland and grassland. The birds are normally found in small flocks, but can form very large flocks under favourable conditions. The species is extremely nomadic and the movement of the flocks is tied to the availability of food and water. Drought can drive flocks into more wooded habitat or coastal areas. They feed on the seeds of spinifex, grass weeds, and sometimes ripening wheat

sewenka Uploaded by sewenka on . birds - Desktop Nexus Animals Download free wallpapers and background images: birds. Desktop Nexus Animals background ID 53584. Budgerigars are nomadic birds found in open habitats, primarily in Australian scrubland, open woodland and grassland. The birds are normally found in small flocks, but can form very large flocks under favourable conditions. The species is extremely nomadic and the movement of the flocks is tied to the availability of food and water. Drought can drive flocks into more wooded habitat or coastal areas. They feed on the seeds of spinifex, grass weeds, and sometimes ripening wheat

Rating: 5.0

Wallpaper Comments (13)

sweebles
Posted by sweebles on 03/21/12 at 04:32 PM
These are Edwards Fig Parrots
alberto77
Posted by alberto77 on 01/21/12 at 12:58 PM
wonderful i have 2 like this +10
Templar93
Posted by Templar93 on 08/24/11 at 04:22 PM
I love this pic. fav+100
unichick1
Posted by unichick1 on 05/11/11 at 12:48 AM
i love those birds
Lamamake
Posted by Lamamake on 09/18/10 at 10:56 AM
Very lovely and rated :)
YellowForever
Posted by YellowForever on 09/17/10 at 02:17 AM
This is so pretty. I get one of those types of lorikeets in my backyard, sometimes as many as 30! Boy, are they noise :) +1 Fav
margarita8as
Posted by margarita8as on 08/02/10 at 10:29 AM
Very nice!!!!!!!
+1 and fav
Lamamake
Posted by Lamamake on 04/21/10 at 01:51 AM
Sweet +1FD :)
ginagirl
Posted by ginagirl on 04/05/10 at 03:04 PM
So pretty:)
butterflyfantasy
Posted by butterflyfantasy on 08/22/09 at 08:35 PM
lovely picture
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Total Downloads: 10,030
Times Favorited: 50
Uploaded By: sewenka
Date Uploaded: March 09, 2009
Filename: IER-VOGEL-15OKT07-3.jpg
Original Resolution: 1600x1200
File Size: 510.36KB
Category: Birds

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