Already the passenger-pigeon and Carolina paroquet, only a few years ago abundant, are practically exterminated.
"I do not know why, but it seems strange to eat a paroquet," said the chevalier.
Its head was as large as that of an infant, and its beak four times the size of a paroquet.
Carrington from that day could get no more passengers for his paroquet boat.
That could be a paroquet, or a syringe (ou un serin), but this no is nothing of such, it not is but a frog.
The paroquet and heron attain the goodly age of sixty years.
They also suspend in the headdress an entire skin of the paroquet.
A word should be added as to the distribution of the paroquet.
The tiles are representations of six varieties of humming-birds, a paroquet, a sun-bird, and several other feathered beauties.
Suddenly the paroquet bent down its head and uttered a loud scream in his face.