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Parakeets Bone China 'Tea' Plate

Parakeets Bone China 'Tea' Plate


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One of a series of plates to commemorate the bizarre behaviour of urban wildlife, taken from stories found in the Metro newspaper.

Ring necked parakeets are now in the top 20 of the most-spotted birds in the UK.
Dubbed “posh pigeons” by local residence the birds are rumoured to be descendants of ones which escaped during the filming of Humphrey Bogart’s movie ‘The African Queen’ which was filmed at Shepperton Studios in Surrey in 1951.

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