Grey-headed parrots are nomadic movers with seasonal movement patterns that mirror their response to changing food demands.
One of the most concentrated birds in its distribution range is Meyer's parrot, named after George FW Meyer, who published a catalogue of his father's Abyssinian bird collection 'Catalogus Avium' in 1858.
Rüppell's parrot is named after Wilhelm Rüppell, the German naturalist, collector and explorer.
Rosy-faced lovebirds prefer open and wooded country which includes semi-desert shrublands, cultivated lands and riparian woodlands, environments that are dependable on water.
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