“For licensing and usage, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org” I wrote a book on Indian Ringnecks! http://www.blurb.com/b/5488025-indian-ringneck-parakeet-guide-book Daffodil my Female Lutino Indian ringneck, and Bubbles my male blue indian ringneck. Female has her head back and eyes pinned. Male is doing a heart shape thing with his wings and bouncing around doing a jig. My floor in the bird room is concrete, painted light blue, and then I used a sock to slap the darker blue on in swirls. Follow my flock! www.Facebook.com/IndianRingnecks
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A pair of Ringneck Pheasants in the wild (sort of). These ones live in the grounds of Cornwall park and One Tree Hill in Auckland New Zealand. Ring neck Pheasants are common in the wild in New Zealand, although they are of course not native. This pair of females are fighting over a food item.
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