CLONCURRY PARROT FACTS
The Cloncurry Parrot is a subspecies of the Australian Ringneck. It is mainly on the back, wings and tail. The head has green top and some turquoise on the face. It has a yellow ring on back of the neck similar to other subspecies. The chest is green and belly is yellow.
open woodland, trees along rivers and waterways
seeds, fruit, insects and other invertebrates, nectar
lay 4-6 eggs in hollow tree.
found in north west Queensland around Cloncurry and adjacent area across Northern Territory border
|Common Name:||Cloncurry Parrot|
Relatives in same Genus
Mallee Ringneck (B. zonarius bernardi)
Twenty-eight Parrot (B. zonarius semitorquatus)
Port Lincoln Parrot (B. zonarius zonarius)