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GRPAGeorgia Recreation and Park Association (Conyers, GA)
GRPAGuyana Responsible Parenthood Association
GRPAGeorgia Rail Passenger Authority
GRPAGuyana Rice Producers Association
GRPAGray Partridge (Perdix perdix)
GRPAGeneralized Random-Phase Approximation
GRPAGovernment Relations and Public Affairs
GRPAGeneral Retirement & Pension Authority (Qatar)
GRPAGroundwater Recharge Protection Area
GRPAGreater Rochester Photonics Alliance
GRPAGamescape Role-Players Anonymous
GRPAGreen Parakeet
GRPAGraphical Remote Process Analyzer
GRPAGeorgia Rail Passenger Association
GRPAGroup Reporting Production and Analysis
GRPAGovernmental Relations and Public Affairs
GRPAGreenville Radiography Professional Association
GRPAGranite Reef Picnic Area (Arizona)
GRPAGas Resources Preservation Act (Canada)
GRPAGeneric Requirements Participation Agreement
GRPAGeneral Risk Prediction Analysis
GRPAgentamicin-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa
GRPAGrand Rapids Punk Association
GRPAGolden Reef Pigeon Association (South Africa)
GRPAGhost Recon Players Association
GRPAGroundwater Resource Protection Area
GRPAGreenville Radiology PA
GRPAGeorgia Recreation Professionals Association
GRPAGravel River Planning Area (Ontario, Canada)
GRPAGolf Residential Policy Area (New Zealand)
GRPAGerontology Public Administration (course)
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Brown upland rockets, perdiz, feed all over the roadside while giant pigeons flock in the trees, amid huge nests of gorgeous green parakeets bursting from every other eucalyptus tree.
Traditional use of limestone cave by nesting Green Parakeets (Aratinga holochlora).
Local resident Simon Parkin said: "Over the last few days we have seen a green parakeet flying around the Longden Avenue and Woodside Road areas of Beaumont Park.
Bright green parakeets screeched and swooped between the palm trees above and the early morning warmth suggested a scorching day ahead, even though it was still only late May.
For non-gardeners, the grounds also provide a startling array of natural wildlife, from foxes and badgers to the emerald green parakeets that have made their home, year round, in the tall trees.
Some of the |bright green parakeets first seen in Beaumont Park have been spotted in Berry Brow by Val Carr who took these photographs
In the dusty heat with green parakeets squawking and flocking, and fruit bats circling, keeping up the fluid intake as the sun downed meant grabbing a glass from the nearest tray of ever-circulating waiters bearing beer, gin and tonic, Coca Cola and water.
My husband assumed I was seeing things, however, later that morning, visiting nearby Kew Gardens, we saw flocks of bright green parakeets, which have apparently lived wild in the area for the last 30 years.
We recently welcomed a blackcap to our menagerie, which includes woodpeckers and green parakeets.
"The canaries are eighth notes, the bluebirds are quarter notes, the green parakeets are half notes, and those big fat robins are whole notes.