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Alternative name: Canary-winged Parakeet
21-25cm (8Â¼-9Â¾ in)
Yellow-chevroned Parakeet has in the past been included in White-winged Parakeet
Mixed farm and woodland, gallery forest, coastal cliffs and urban areas
They nest in tree hollows or in nests of tree termites. The 3-6 white eggs are incubated for 23-26 days (male incubating at night); the young fledging about 50-60 days later.
There is little known about what non-captive birds each, apart from seeds and fruit.
They nest in tree-holes. It is thought the clutch consists of 4-5 eggs.
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