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Birds at
Paradise

Lorikeet

In Australia, these common and brightly coloured parrots cause damage in orchards and vineyards.  Lorikeets have specialised brush-tipped tongues for feeding on nectar and soft fruits.

Their tongues help them to collect the nectar and pollen. They tend to roost in large groups and can be seen at dusk, arriving in their hundreds at their favourite roosting place, usually tall Eucalyptus trees.

DID YOU KNOW? We have 2 different Lorikeet spcies, the green naped and the Swainson's. Both are a type of Rainbow Lorikeet.

Current Status

  • Least Concern
  • Near Threatened
  • Vulnerable
  • Endangered
  • Critically Endangered
  • Extinct in the Wild
  • Extinct

Key Facts

Flower nectars, pollen, nuts, seeds and fruit.
Psittacidae
20 years plus
1 - 3 eggs
Woodlands and tropical forests
Least Concern
Australasia, South east Asia, Papua New Guinea and Australia.
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