they are extinct ...
there are no more
Blue Whales migrate to Colorado or North Carolina but mostly north carolina
Carolina parakeets are extinct and have been since 1939. They were 13 inches long.
The Carolina wren migrates.
All birds are vertebrates. Although the Carolina Parakeet is an extinct species, it WAS a bird and it WAS a vertebrate.
Monk parakeets had to migrate about 4500 miles to get to the U.S.
Neither. Carolina wrens do not migrate from the northern reaches of their territory although they are sensitive to the cold. Their populations tend to decrease as the winters become more severe.
Carolina parakeets were declared extinct in 1939, but the last captive bird died in 1918 and the last wild bird was killed in 1904.
The Carolina Parakeet quickly disappeared wherever U.S. settlers encroached upon their habitat. People hunted Carolina parakeets for their plumage and captured them to sell as cage birds. The last known Carolina Parakeet died in 1914 in the Cincinnati Zoo.
The possessive form of the plural noun parakeets is parakeets'.Example: The parakeets' cages are cleaned daily.
The time that it takes for a bird to migrate depends on where the bird is travelling from. A bird migrating from Maine will take longer to migrate than a bird travelling from somewhere such as North Carolina.
No, parakeets are not poisonous.
Parakeets were discovered in 1891
Parakeets cannot swim.
Parakeets love to explore!
Parakeets are NOT carnivorous. They are herbivorous.
Parakeets are not extinct.
Parakeets communicate by chirping and making noises. Some parakeets can talk but not most of them.
What pet birds can you put with parakeets? Can you mix Finches, parakeets, doves, and canarys?
what do i do if my parakeets have eggs?
Aboriniginal people discovered parakeets
Yes, budgies are parakeets.
why does parakeets go in circiles