Eastern Rosella. Eastern Rosella Parakeet. The belly is a greenish yellow and the rump is a pale green. The outer wing and tail feathers and blue. Eastern rosellas will hybridize with other types of rosellas and other species of Australian parrots, including bluebonnets, hooded parrots, mulga parrots, mallee ringnecks, and red-rumped parrots. The eastern rosella is a brightly coloured, broad-tailed parakeet native to south-eastern Australia. Rosellas will eat insects such as mealworms.

To prevent captive bloodlines from becoming polluted, eastern rosella should only ever be housed with other eastern rosellas. The Eastern Rosella has a red head and breast with a white cheek patch. Eastern rosella pet are often kept as because of their striking appearance and vivid colors. It was introduced to New Zealand in the early 1900s, and is now common over much of the North Island, with a smaller population centred on Dunedin. The species has a red-head and upper breast. The Eastern Rosella is relatively easy to cater for and has been known to live and breed in quite small aviaries, however my preference is for larger aviaries. Scientifically known as Platycercus Eximius Eximius, this subspecies is the most common Easterns across the globe.They can be found throughout the southern region of New South Wales along with Victoria. The pale-headed rosella (Platycercus adscitus), is a broad-tailed parrot of the genus Platycercus native to northeastern Australia.It is a moderate-size parrot with a pale yellow head, predominantly white cheeks, scalloped black and gold back and pale blue underparts. The back and wings are black edged with yellow. These are often kept as groups in aviary setups (they enjoy it this way), but even so single hand-tamed rosella in bird cage can truly be a sociable companion as your pet. White or pale cheek group:- Blue cheeked Rosella, Eastern Rosella, Golden mantled Rosella, Northern Rosella, Pale headed Rosella, ... can be withheld until the required amounts of the other foors have been consumed to maintain a healthy balanced diet. The two sexes are very much alike, although the females often have less red on the head and breast.