Parrot species wild observations game

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How about Carolina Parakeet, extint in wild since 1910.
That side is crazy, carolina parakeet has 14 observations :D:D:D


Hmm! There will always be some crazy people. I think you can report this mistake to the admin. But don't know how. But the photographs section in Carolina Parakeet page has some very interesting clips from some Bird book.
 

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Today I wrote the last exam and now I have more free time to be less lazy in that game ;)
Genus: Psittacara
White eyed parakeet/conure Psittacara leucophthalmus 26 343
Finsch's parakeet/conure (aka crimson fronted parakeet) Psittacara finschi 24 855
Red masked parakeet (cherry headed conure/red headed conure) Psittacara erythrogenys 15 206
Green parakeet Psittacara holochlorus 10 481
Mitred parakeet/conure Psittacara mitratus 9 750
Scarlet fronted parakeet/conure (aka red fronted conure/Wagler's conure) Psittacara wagleri 7 703
Pacific parakeet/ Nicaraguan green conure Psittacara strenuus 6 632
Hispaniolan parakeet Psittacara chloropterus 1 293
Cuban parakeet Psittacara euops 852
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Puerto Rican parakeet/conure Psittacara maugei 1 (the next observation of an extinct species :p)
 
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Before anyone else does it

the beloved Cockatiel

Cockatiel Nymphicus hollandicus 11178

:grey::grey::grey:
 
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The Pionites Caiques

Black headed Parrot - Pionites melanocephalus 3872
White- bellied Parrot- Pionites leucogaster- 2809

:yellow1:
 

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Genus: Melopsittacus
Budgerigar Melopsittacus unulatus 8 911
 

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INaturalist is very simillar to eBird but there are all animals and plants. Maybe because of this there are less observations. I reminded this thread because recently I downloaded iNaturalist app. Green numbers are eBird and red iNaturalist observations - genus Primolius

Blue winged macaw Primolius maracana 3 068 ........... 42
Golden collared macaw Primolius auricollis 2 078 ........ 32
Blue headed macaw Primolius couloni 1 944 ................12
 
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INaturalist is very simillar to eBird but there are all animals and plants. Maybe because of this there are less observations. I reminded this thread because recently I downloaded iNaturalist app. Green numbers are eBird and red iNaturalist observations - genus Primolius

Blue winged macaw Primolius maracana 3 068 ........... 42
Golden collared macaw Primolius auricollis 2 078 ........ 32
Blue headed macaw Primolius couloni 1 944 ................12


Thank you for the information on I-Naturalist. I have not used it. Will explore. I have used HBW Alive. The difference between HBW and Ebird is that HBW gives you the number of people who have seen the bird while E-Bird gives the number of observations.

I don't know if I-naturalist works this way.

So a species like the Wild budgerigar would have very low numbers in HBW because only those who live or go to the Aussie outback can see them whereas E-bird will have higher numbers because those who are already living in the Outback will see them multiple times in a year or may be a month.

But thank you for reviving this thread. If more people participate it will be fun.
 

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On Inaturalist more important is observation number (like eBird) but obsrvators number also is visible. Here I gave as example budgerigar. I have a Polish verson so subittles on screenshot are in Polish: 377 is a number of observations and 311 number of observators
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