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During the years of Gould's visit from 1838 to 1840 large numbers bred in the holes of
eucalyptus trees. Young were captured and taken to Sydney for transport to England
where they were a popular cage bird. In Australia they were a very tame bird that could
be seen in farmyards and coming around the door to receive food in company with the
pigeons and poultry. Fits the 6x10 hoop.
|6"x10" Product Specs|
|Finish Size||4.91" x 7.14"|
This product may be used to create limited products for sale. Bulk product manufacturing is not permitted.
Art Source: John Gould's "Birds of the World" book.