Plum-Headed Parakeet – Staying in Touch
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The plum-headed parakeet is just one of a few species in the ringneck parakeet family. They are found throughout Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, West Pakistan, Rameswaram Island and some of India. They live mainly in forested areas, or regions of woodland, and will move where food concentrations are highest (eating seeds, fruits, nuts, flowers and so on). Like many parakeets, they are a noisy, gregarious bird, and unlike many parakeets, utter an ‘oink?’ sound while flying. They are popular aviary birds.