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lorikeet

any of various small lories, such as Glossopsitta versicolor (varied lorikeet) or Trichoglossus moluccanus (rainbow lorikeet)
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Lorikeet has the ability to earn an additional 30% of the Tenement by defining an Indicated Resources of 100koz of gold as defined under the 2012 JORC Code, within five years from the date of execution of the Agreement.
A total of one hundred and ten (110) psittacine birds (fifty lories, thirty rainbow lorikeet and thirty green naped lorikeets) were housed in cages were investigated.
The two lorikeet chicks which are being hand-reared at Bristol Zoo
Mae 'na ddau rainbow lorikeet yn y |llun, yn bwydo ar goeden eucalyptus silver princess, prin lathen o lle'r oeddwn yn eistedd ar y feranda
columboides) 91.83% with Indian malabar parakeet (Psittinus cyanurus) 91.45% with Blue-naped parrot (Tanygnathus lucionensis) 90.20% with Song parrot (Geoffroyus heteroclitus) 86.45% with Australian and Indonesian Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus) and 86.16% with Indonesian Red-and-blue lory (Eos histrio).
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And, over lunch, the inquisitive rainbow lorikeet soon got to grips with its new visitors - first perching on my shoulder and then taking a distinct liking to my lower lip.
Or go truly wild on an expedition through the Lorikeet Lagoon in amongst the exotic colourful birds.
The IPCC lists a few examples among thousands of endemic island dwellers facing likely extinction unless we can get a handle on greenhouse gas emissions in short order: the Tuamotu sandpiper of Tuamotu Island, the Bristle-thighed Curlew of French Polynesia, the Manus fantail of Papua New Guinea, the lorikeet and rail of New Caledonia, the moorhen and Savai'i of Samoa, the Santo Mountain starling on Espiritu Santo, penguins in the Galapagos, petrels in Bermuda and seabird colonies from the Kerguelen, Crozet and outer Hawaiian islands, among others.
The birds included a black-capped lory, eight pigeons, a salmon-crested cockatoo, a Goffin's cockatoo, 16 hill mynas, an olive-headed lorikeet, a purple-naped lory, and an umbrella cockatoo.
Casuarinas are favored by parrots, and two most common kind found on the plantation are the rainbow lorikeet and the double eyed fig-parrot.