White-eyed Parakeet

Psittacara leucophthalmus

ML488406


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Martjan Lammertink
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Departamento Guaraní; Reserva de Biosfera Yaboty; Reserva Natural Cultural Papel Misionero
Misiones, Argentina
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Latitude and Longitude -26.9702, -54.1809 Map

Age and Sex
Adult – 2
Sounds
Behaviors
Breeding
Tags
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Media notes

Two White-eyed Parakeets (Psittacara leucophthalmus) inspecting a decay-formed cavity in a live guaycá tree (Ocotea pulchella), with one of the parakeets throwing dirt and dust from the cavity by kicking. This cavity is also the roost cavity of a female Helmeted Woodpecker (Celeus galeatus) that arrived later the same afternoon (see ML488405). 00:02 White-eyed Parakeet lands in front of cavity 00:51 and 01:30 a second White-eyed Parakeet that is inside the cavity kicks out dirt from the cavity bottom. 02:06 the parakeet that was inside looks out 03:12 one parakeet flies off 03:55 the second parakeet flies off. Background sounds: White-browed Warbler, White-spotted Woodpecker, Short-tailed Antthrush. Because of sensitivity of location, the location precision is 800m.

Technical Information

Camera
Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Microphone
RØDE (unspecified)
Accessories
Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM Lens

Archival Information

Cataloged
20 Feb 2019 by Jay McGowan
Digitized
20 Feb 2019 by Jay McGowan
Edited
20 Feb 2019 by Jay McGowan

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