Common Name: Alexandrine Parakeet
Scientific Name: Psittacula eupatria
ID :Alexandrine Parakeet is mainly green with a blue-grey sheen on its cheeks and nape, abdomen is yellowish-green, upper-side of the middle tail feathers is bluish-green, the upper side of the external tail feathers is green while the underside of the tail feathers are all yellow. All Alexandrine parakeets boldly display a reddish-brown patch at the top of their wing coverts. The immature are monomorphic and are similar but duller in appearance to that of the adult females. Adult males always show pitch-black neck rings and large pink bands on their napes.
Description:The Alexandrine Parakeet is a large Parakeet species named after Alexander the Great. The Alexandrine Parrot is a very popular pet bird. They are playful, energetic, independent, and can also become very good mimics.
Breeding season is from November to April in their natural distribution range. Average clutch size is 2–4 eggs. The average incubation period is 28.