The Bourke's Parrot, also known as the Bourke's Parakeet, is a small parrot of Australia.
The natural coloration is a dull brown throughout, with a pink abdomen and breast and blue rump. Adult males have a blue forehead, and both genders have dark brown legs and yellow-brown bills. Bourke's Parrots are about 7 inches long, weighing 1.5 ounces.
Diet and Behavior Edit
At dawn and dusk, Bourke's Parakeets forage for grasses and seeds. They are hardy and gentle, making great pets.
- This parrot is the only species in its genus, Neopsephotus.