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Australian Rainbow Lorikeet.
The colourful Rainbow Lorikeet is the perfect pet for anyone willing to dedicate a lot of their time to a bird. A single Lorikeet can live in a small cage inside the house if it is allowed to fly around on its own regularly. Otherwise, an aviary would be a better choice. Lorikeets are known for producing a high volume of droppings. Make sure the cage or aviary they are kept in can be hosed down and cleaned often and effectively.

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Maureen, many moons ago these birds were only found in Queensland, the State to the north of us. But for some reason, about 15 years ago, they headed down this way, and now they are seen everywhere in Sydney. ♥♥♥


Wow ! Well named Rainbow Lorikeets.
Thanks Neville .geetings ❤️❤️❤️


Pammi, when I walk around our neighbourhood, I find these birds to be very people-friendly. There are native Grevilleas on nature strips with Lorikeets feeding on the nectar of the flowers, not three feet from where I'm walking on the footpath, and they're never worried. They ignore me like I'm not even there. About a week ago I stood and watched one, and actually spoke to him, but he just kept on enjoying his breakfast. ♥♥♥


I was sitting out on the verandah a few days ago and one these gorgeous Lorikeets flew down and settled on the railing right in front of me. Within a couple of minutes, he had been joined by another one so I sat and talked to them until they got bored with me and flew away. Probably got bored because I did not offer them any food. ☺☺☺☺


Val, my sister used to live at Hydeaway Bay, out of Proserpine, and we used to feed them by hand too, on the verandah that surrounded the home. ♥♥♥


We used to feed them by hand when we visited our Daughter in Mudgeeraba in Queensland along with Kooki's and Cockatoo's and the King Parrots loved it now she is in a suburb only see them in the distance♥♥♥


Jacki, despite what the PETS Magazine says above, I wouldn't exactly want this bird in my house either. I'm quite happy to watch hundreds of them all around our neighbourhood, and I like listening to their 'chatter' all day long. ♥♥♥


Janet, up to about fifteen years ago, you'd only find them in Queensland, and the Currumbin Bird Sanctuary was very popular. But now you see them everywhere, and we have just as many in our area here as what you have up there. ♥♥♥


Bev, a little Budgerigar is generally O.K. inside, as most of ours flew back to the top of the cage when they needed to go to the bathroom. But I think I'd draw the line with this bird - they're a bit messier. ♥♥♥


Ardy, he's got the gorgeous colours, that's for sure. ♥♥♥


Right up to the part about "high volume of droppings" I wondered if it was maybe time to consider getting a bird inside the house (I have enough outside). He's so beautifully colorful! Thanks, Nev.


They are beautiful birds and we see them almost every day on our bird feeders. There's a Bird Count Australia that I've done a few times and this is the most common bird in nearly every state of Australia. A great puzzle too, thanks and hugs Nev. ♥♥♥

Pretty bird. Thank you Nev. No bird flyin in my house. :)) With the luck I have the droppings would be on my head.


Beautiful, Nev. Thanks.

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