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www.yourobserver.com/article/siesta-key-birds-parakeets-company

Apr 4, 2018 ... Florida West Coast Avian Society President Rosemary Miller said the first monk parakeets on Siesta Key were likely pets that people let loose.

ebird.org/species/bkhpar

Medium-sized mostly green parakeet native to central South America, where it is found in open woodlands ... The Celery Fields, Sarasota, Florida, United States ...

www.tropicalaudubon.org/birds/south-floridas-birds/florida-specialties

Nanday Parakeet. In southeast Florida, Nanday Parakeets (formally known as Black-hooded Parakeets) are most often seen in Broward and Palm Beach Counties ...

www.aphis.usda.gov/wildlife_damage/reports/Wildlife%20Damage%20Management%20Technical%20Series/Monk-Parakeet.pdf

In south Florida, 60% of the monk parakeet nests in one study were located on energized electric utility equipment, 20% on other man- made structures, and 20 % ...

floridabirdbreeders.com/blog/f/wild-parrots-in-florida?blogcategory=Parrots+in+Florida

Dec 27, 2018 ... The truth is that there was one species of parrot native to Florida but has went extinct in the early 1900s. This species was the Carolina Parakeet.

www.birdspix.com/north-america/parakeets-macaws-and-parrots-psittacidae/nanday-parakeet

It was placed into the genus Aratinga in July, 2014. Nanday Parakeet Snook Island Natural Area, Lake Worth, FL May 3, 2016©John ...

pcwd.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Monk-Parakeets.pdf

Monk parakeets (Myiopsitta monachus) at a nest in an electric utility substation in south Florida. Authors. Michael L. Avery. Supervisory Research Wildlife ...

blairbirding.com/2018/08/02/south-florida-exotica

Aug 2, 2018 ... Most were parakeets (or relatives) but we had others as well. The remainder of this post will share some photos of these species – ABA countable ...

digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2091&context=icwdm_usdanwrc

Parakeet in Florida was first recorded breeding in. Miami in 1969 and has been firmly established since the early 1970s (Owre 1973). The U.S. Fish and Wildlife ...

web.stanford.edu/group/stanfordbirds/text/essays/Feral_Birds.html

The Canary-winged Parakeet appears to be more successful in south Florida, where nearly 700 birds were reported in a single winter roost in 1973.