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Old 05-13-2019, 05:50 AM
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Parrot species wild observations game

Hi All

This is a game for the true Parrot nerds who love Parrots and love data.

Go to the ebird website. (you may need to register)

https://ebird.org/species/whcpar/

Then think of your favourite parrot genera or any parrot genera that you like and note down the number of observations made for all the species in that genera and sort it down from highest to lowest, ie. the species most commonly seen in the wild to the one least commonly seen.

For example I have taken Pionus



Common name Scientific name Total Observation
Blue-headed Parrot Pionus menstruus 41966
White -crowned Parrot Pionus senilis 35565
Scaly-headed Parrot Pionus maxmiliani 13526
Bronze-winged Parrot Pionus chalcopterus 11409
Red-billed Parrot Pionus sordidus 8730
Plum-crowned Parrot Pionus tumultuosus 3757
Dusky Parrot Pionus fuscus 1515



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Old 05-13-2019, 05:59 AM
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Re: Parrot species wild observations game

I am a lazy person
genus: Neopsephotus
Bourke's parrot Neopsephotus bourkii 2155
(on that side is an old Scientific name , I wrote correct one)
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Old 05-13-2019, 06:01 AM
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Re: Parrot species wild observations game

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I am a lazy person
genus: Neopsephotus
Bourke's parrot Neopsephotus bourkii 2155
(on that side is an old Scientific name , I wrote correct one)

Haha! Thanks for Playing. The Die-hard Amazon lover will have it tough- 25+ species.
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Old 05-13-2019, 06:05 AM
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I am a lazy person
genus: Neopsephotus
Bourke's parrot Neopsephotus bourkii 2155
(on that side is an old Scientific name , I wrote correct one)

Haha! Thanks for Playing. The Die-hard Amazon lover will have it tough- 25+ species.
I thougt the same There are different classifications of amazons, generally we have 30+ species of them! (I am interest in parrot taxonomy and a parrot genus with more species doesn't exist)
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Bourkes: Jaś (M), Fela (F), Rozalka (F) + 2 babies; vids: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...PMioyZWTArwLnj
Budgies: Romek (M); Angela (F)

Rest in peace:
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Old 05-13-2019, 06:10 AM
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I am a lazy person
genus: Neopsephotus
Bourke's parrot Neopsephotus bourkii 2155
(on that side is an old Scientific name , I wrote correct one)

Haha! Thanks for Playing. The Die-hard Amazon lover will have it tough- 25+ species.
I thougt the same There are different classifications of amazons, generally we have 30+ species of them! (I am interest in parrot taxonomy and a parrot genus with more species doesn't exist)
Yes Amazona is highest but Pyrrhura comes close. But the pet keeping circle is familiar only with a handful, mostly GCCs , Maroon bellied and occasionally others- don't even know which is the 3 or 4 common one.
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Old 05-13-2019, 06:30 AM
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Haha! Thanks for Playing. The Die-hard Amazon lover will have it tough- 25+ species.
I thougt the same There are different classifications of amazons, generally we have 30+ species of them! (I am interest in parrot taxonomy and a parrot genus with more species doesn't exist)
Yes Amazona is highest but Pyrrhura comes close. But the pet keeping circle is familiar only with a handful, mostly GCCs , Maroon bellied and occasionally others- don't even know which is the 3 or 4 common one.
I know, Pyrrhura is on 2nd place but about 7 species less than amazons (it depents from classification again). This is why I didn't chose them to the game
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Budgies: Romek (M); Angela (F)

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Old 05-13-2019, 12:36 PM
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Re: Parrot species wild observations game

What genus could Aratingettar bring, other than:
Aratinga nenday (Nanday Parakeet) 30540
Aratinga weddellii (Dusky-headed Parakeet) 7 728
Aratinga auricapillus (Golden-capped Parakeet) 1314
Aratinga jandaya (Jandaya Parakeet) 542
Aratinga solstitialis (Sun Parakeet) 66
Aratinga maculata (Sulphur-breasted Parakeet) 8
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Old 05-13-2019, 12:42 PM
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Re: Parrot species wild observations game

Let me spin-off the game.
https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/106278341
How many Aratinga Solstitialis can you spot on that picture?
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Old 05-13-2019, 12:46 PM
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Re: Parrot species wild observations game

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Let me spin-off the game.
https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/106278341
How many Aratinga Solstitialis can you spot on that picture?
I can clearly see 4. Probably some more are hidden!
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Old 05-13-2019, 12:55 PM
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Re: Parrot species wild observations game

I see 4 conures + 1 I am not sure if it is the 5th or a leaf
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