With Gorgeously Colorful Plumage, This Bird Looks Like A Unique Moving Painting Pallete
The birding class is the most colorful in the animal world. In addition, color distribution in birds varies a lot, from blending into harmonic pictures to differently colored shapes on their plumage. Coming from Australia, the Gouldian finch (Chloebia gouldiae), also known as the Lady Gouldian finch, Gould's finch, or the rainbow finch, is a colorful passerine bird that looks like a flying artist pallete.
Source: Laura WolfGouldian finches make their nests in tree holes. They usually breed in the early part of the dry season with plenty of food around. Both parents help brood the eggs during the daytime, and the female watches the eggs at night. The younglings call loudly when the parent birds return so that they can find and feed their mouths in the dark nest.
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Source: Shiva ShenoyIUCN Red List marks this species as near-threatened. They're still trapped to purchase because of their striking colors and low care requirements. They are also friendly with other birds and domestic animals.
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