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Man in India feeds over 4000 parakeets daily

In india, a 62-year-old man named Sekar feeds roughly 4,000 parakeets per day from his home.







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This is amazing.
The people in my home town also love our IRNs.

This picture was taken in winter.
http://www.duesseldorf.de/umweltamt/...dsittich.shtml
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This is amazing.
The people in my home town also love our IRNs.

This picture was taken in winter.
http://www.duesseldorf.de/umweltamt/...dsittich.shtml


I remember reading about people in England and Germany seeing IRN's in their backyards and being just amazed that these birds can live through the cold and sometimes harsh winters. I take it they are not native to your lands?

Amazing how they adapt and survive.





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Irn are very clever birds. No wonder that they told all their friends where to get food.

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Yes, they are.
They were officially added to the native bird species in Germany.
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