This ‘pair’ of adult rosellas, a Crimson and an Eastern Rosella are one of a number of mixed pairs currently flying together around town. In my experience this happens more frequently in urbanised environments than it does elsewhere – I wonder if anyone has done a study? The Crimson Rosella is a bird of woodland and forest, while the Eastern generally prefers more open country.
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