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More commonly spotted in Cambodia and the Andaman Islands, the un-tagged bird has been living wild in the area for the last week. The un-tagged bird was first spotted in the area on Monday, and its distinctive screech has been heard regularly since then. There have been several sightings around Gresford and it is also attracting interest from local birds, said All Saints’ school caretaker Steve Edwards. He told the Daily Post: “Somebody noticed a bird making a hell of a noise, and it was being chased by...

half a dozen birds,” he said. “He’s still here though. “You can hear him but you can’t see him. He’s a noisy devil. The Alexandrine parakeet (Psittacula eupatria) has the ornithological name Greater Rose-ringed parakeet, and can live up to 30 years. CLICK HERE to read the full story on the Daily Post news website.

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