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Old 05-04-2011, 08:57 PM
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What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Now that I have completed my DVD series on Australian parrots I was wondering what species would folks like to sit down in the comfort of their own home and watch a documentary on? I know I was asked to produce a documentary on Gouldian finches for example. Since many parrot species are not covered well or we have little information on what would be your pick?

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Old 05-04-2011, 09:00 PM
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Eclectus!!! I don't see much about them period.
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:10 PM
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Love your posts! I would like to see (can you guess?) amazons. There are so many species, such beautiful colors. I would really love to see them in their natural habitat. I don't know alot about eclectus, that would be interesting too.
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

i would like to see a documentery on major mitchell cockatoos or the black ones idk what they are called though
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:40 PM
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Caiques! Can you imagine the adorableness that a whole flock could be!?
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Black palm or rose breasted cockatoos
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Green Cheek Conures
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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

Since I was only in Australia for 6 months I had limited time to concentrate on any one species. So what I ended up with was an overview of 50 species. Not sure if it helps but just a quick overview for some folks who posted on requests to see certain species.
There is about 3 min on Eclectus, 5 min on both Major Mitchells and Rose-breasted Cockatoos. 5 min on Black Palm cockatoo and of course short sections on all of the others as well.

For those interested in the black cockatoos here is a clip on one of my favorite and not so well known Black Cockatoos from Western
Australia - The Carnaby's Cockatoo. Hope you enjoy it!

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Re: What parrot would you most enjoy seeing a documentary on?

I think a South American adventure would be fantastic as per comments for some of those species ie Amazons etc. I do have footage of Green-cheeked Amazon and Scarlet Macaws but I think I could be kept very busy filming for the rest of my days!

Any more suggestions?
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