Thousands of wild budgies flocking near a waterhole not far from Alice Springs in November 2012..

Thousands of wild budgies flocking near a waterhole not far from Alice Springs in November 2012..

Thousands of wild budgies flocking near a waterhole not far from Alice Springs in November 2012..

Thousands of wild budgies flocking near a waterhole not far from Alice Springs in November 2012..

I must see a flock of wild budgerigars in far-western Queensland, Australia before I leave this earth...

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I must see a flock of wild budgerigars in far-western Queensland, Australia before I leave this earth...

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#3 of 3 ...Budgie Mania- Enormous Budgerigar Flocks of Central Australia... Watching this Mega Swarm build and then become a single giant organism is an experience I'll never forget. Last week we had 2 days rain. There is not a single Budgie at this location now. 51 IMAGES IN ALL. SEE HERE- http://petercarroll.photoshelter.com/gallery/Budgie-Mania-Enormous-Budgerigar-Flocks-of-Central-Australia/G0000td2nzO2pjxM

#3 of 3 ...Budgie Mania- Enormous Budgerigar Flocks of Central Australia... Watching this Mega Swarm build and then become a single giant organism is an experience I'll never forget. Last week we had 2 days rain. There is not a single Budgie at this location now. 51 IMAGES IN ALL. SEE HERE- http://petercarroll.photoshelter.com/gallery/Budgie-Mania-Enormous-Budgerigar-Flocks-of-Central-Australia/G0000td2nzO2pjxM

The wild budgerigar of Australia is a social bird who normally gathers in groups of a few hundred. Ever in search of food and water, often in areas of limited resources, these smaller flocks of insect

The wild budgerigar of Australia is a social bird who normally gathers in groups of a few hundred. Ever in search of food and water, often in areas of limited resources, these smaller flocks of insect


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