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Old Friday 19th June 2020, 09:41   #1
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Question Parrot in Southern Spain

Saw this parrot in Marbella today.
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Old Friday 19th June 2020, 10:00   #2
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Monk Parakeet / Cotorra argentina Myiopsitta monachus. Feral, of course
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Common around Malaga.
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Monk Parakeet / Cotorra argentina Myiopsitta monachus. Feral, of course
But well-established, though. John Cantelo can give us chapter and verse on the 30+ species recorded: see https://birdingcadizprovince.weebly....est-psiticines

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But well-established, though. John Cantelo can give us chapter and verse on the 30+ species recorded: see https://birdingcadizprovince.weebly....est-psiticines

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