Wild Parrots Make Themselves at Home On the South Shore



Wild Parrots are very adaptable and intelligent birds. Originally from South America, these birds made their way to the United States almost 40 years ago. Today, these parrots, also known as Quaker Parrots or Monk Parakeets, have been spotted in at least fifteen U.S. states and have a high concentration in New York (particularly on the South Shore from Brooklyn to Long Island), New Jersey and Connecticut.

How did they get here?

The theory that is most widely accepted is that a large shipment of birds destined for sale at New York area pet shops was accidentally released at Kennedy Airport around 1967 or 1968. Although the parrots were not officially spotted until the early 1970′s, it is believed the parrots survived in the parklands surrounding the airport, and over time made their way to Brooklyn and continued east onto Long Island where we find them today.

For more information on these unusual Long Island immigrants, visit Wild Parrots in New York.

Photos courtesy of Steve Baldwin, Brooklyn Parrots

Have you seen parrots in your neighborhood? Let us know!

john ramo ?31 August 2010, 17:08

we have many in amity harbor ny. south shore of long island. they seem to travel in flocks shortly after sunrise.

JJ-Lindenhurst ?18 September 2010, 11:01

Yes, yes,yes! Everyone thinks I’m crazy, I hear them all the time,(I’m hearing them right now!) though rarely see them. They seem to favor large shade trees, like the one in front of the house behind me on the next block! They’re loud. I live in Lindenhurst,down by the water(Venetian Shores) also South Shore of Long Island. How do they survive the winter?

07 October 2010, 21:43

I’ve seen a nesting pair in West Islip, just north of the tracks, they built a huge nest up on an utility pole in the middle of a residential area.

Barbara from Hewlett ?07 November 2010, 21:35

Today is November 7 and lo and behold there was a whole group of Green Parrots on one tree out my kitchen window. I ran for my camera and small video camera. Once before I saw green parrots on this same tree in the winter when there was snow on the ground. The whole thing seems very strange. The only other times I have seen and heard these birds has been in Florida. PS The reason I take photos is because people don’t believe that it is possible and they look at you as if you are totally crazy!

cathy s ?21 February 2011, 16:58

we have six in baldwin harbor!!!!!!!

Barbara Carrano ?03 April 2011, 17:14

I thought I was seeing things — two green parrots in my birdfeeder last week and this past week in South Lindenhurst

03 April 2011, 18:17

I live in South Lindenhurst also, not far from Shore Rd. park. There was a pair of green parrots in the large oak tree on my property border. They took off and headed west. this was about 4:30 this afternoon

Anne ?19 April 2011, 12:19

There are at least 10 here in South Freeport!

- ?23 April 2011, 15:39

I’ve seen two in west islip south of union!

Emily ?24 April 2011, 13:46

Two monk parrots sighted at my backyard feeder in Merrick, have returned 5 times in past 3 days!

Chris ?10 May 2011, 15:40

Two weeks ago on a Sunday morning I was leaving my house in Hewlett and heard parrots. I thought I was hearing things until I look up and about 8–10 flew over my head. I couldn’t believe it.

Nick - West Islip ?16 May 2011, 07:50

they seem to be everywhere on the south shore - I’ve spotted 8 nests in Amityville, 10 nests in Lindenhurst and 2 in West Islip - unfortunately I still haven’t been able to find them west of Amityville or east of West Islip

22 May 2011, 20:22

Finally saw the Freeport parrots today - down at Guy Lombardo Marina/The Anchorage and a REALLY BIG, LOUD SQUAWKING Quaker on S. MAin and E. Bedell - no luck spotting a nest tho - has anybody seen it?

Craig ?31 May 2011, 19:01

New nest just spotted on electric pole on South Wellwood Ave Lindenhurst. Saw approxiamately 6 adult parrots yesterday. The babies sure do squack loudly.

A larger nest was spotted last year in Copiague on street south of Montauk Hwy by Dollarf Tree

xlnickyahoocom - ?01 June 2011, 10:48

The one on S - Wellwood is a good one - have to look south of Dollar Tree - haven’t found that one yet - hope its still there - unfortunately looks like LIPA removed 2 on S Strong Ave in Lindenhurst only a few days ago - if you missed those its too late - tho they apparently spread there from a fallen nest nearby at RP automotive so maybe they’ll pop up there again?

ah ?01 June 2011, 11:40

i saw them in islandpark. they are bilding a nest in park

xlnickyahoocom - ?01 June 2011, 15:29

is that in Shell Creek park?

JP ?15 June 2011, 09:36

June 12th 2011. Saw a flock of 6 parrots in a mulberry tree in Nassau Shores, Massapequa.

padil55 ?22 June 2011, 07:52

a nest with parrots can be seen from behind bagel store on corner of montauk hwy and strongs ave in copiague look west i also saw nest in tanner park

xlnickyahoocom - ?27 June 2011, 22:40

That nest you’re referringto is inactive - at RP Automotive on Montauk Hwy - Half of it fell down and the parrots abondioned it and relocated to 2 nests on S. Strong Ave and Montauk Hwy - They disappeared about 4 weeks ago ( courtesy of LIPA ? - don’t know if they just remove the nests or throw them into a truck and gas the birds?????) Since I haven’t seen them rebuild nearby I’m guessing it may be the latter :((((( )

xlnickyahoocom - ?27 June 2011, 22:45

Parrots LOVE Town of Hempstead !!! - Sighted nests at several TOH Parks - Island Park, Baldwin, Merrick and Massapequa - curious, they don’t seem to be in any of the Nassau County Parks - don’t know if the couinty discourages their building ( by removing them) or not??? or if its something else - maybe they use different type lights???? Can’t understand why they’re not in Wantagh Park? or Oceanside Park? - thought for sure they would be - conditions seem ideal there!

Sceaming Wallflower ?29 July 2011, 15:47

They’re in south Seaford, too!

Patrick ?01 August 2011, 10:48

Hundred of parrots are nesting in the light towers at the ball field in Newbridge Park in Bellmore.

04 August 2011, 11:05

I saw one parrot in my pear tree on south 6th street last weekend. yesterday I heard a loud squaking noise and went out to see no less than eight parrots tearing into the pears, and leaving quite a mess on the ground. They’re really cool to watch, but i wish they were neater eaters………

Bob Z ?04 August 2011, 11:06

Sorry! I forgot to write that I’m in Lindenhurst.

Beverly ?13 August 2011, 10:21

No. Massapequa - We first had a flock of 5 right before the 2010 blizzard. They have been back ever since - first in either pairs, or three at a time. There is one who is the sentinal, it was rare that he ever ate while the others did. They had 3 babies this Spring - one appeared way before the others. The adults have been training the babies to eat. The babies are hysterical to watch because they are a bit clumsy; sliding down the hook holding the feeder. They often get nipped by parents for bad behavior. The local small birds eat right next to them now - at first they were nervous about these big green birds! Their nest is on Rte. 107. The adults have become more used to me (& the dog) being in the yard now and will eat while I am nearby! Love having them but boy, they keep me busy replenishing their food!

IS in Massapequa ?17 August 2011, 15:03

same location as Beverly above. Seen in N. Massapequa off Rte. 107. There are 6–8 that like the berries in our cherry wood. Couldn’t believe what I saw. I guessed they escaped from a pet store or someone just didn’t want to take care of them any more and opened their window. That’s when I went on line to see what is going on with green parrots on LI. Good to see I’m not alone in seeing these birds.

Sue ?21 August 2011, 13:46

Husband saw two in north seaford behind maria regina

espo ?22 August 2011, 14:59

I saw a whole flock on a on a telephone wire in amity harbor…lololol I thought i was seeing things

Vi Ken dimidjian ?25 August 2011, 23:11

Please continue to update the whereabouts of Quaker parakeets in west islip and long island.

Copiague Joe ?05 September 2011, 00:49

I take a 5 mile walk at least 5 times a week. I live in Copiague and walk through Lindenhurst and West Babylon, usually at sunrise, and let me tell you they are everywhere. The biggest nest Iíve seen is on Merrick road in Lindenhurst between 7th and 8th on the north side of the street in front of the small shopping center. Iíve counted 12 parrots and some other assorted birds in this nest. If you stand under it you can look directly into it through the hole that they use to access it. Early each morning the adult birds seem to take count of the children and without any notice the little ones are off. They like to congregate together on telephone lines and often fly together. Even if you donít see them you get used to their call. Itís unlike a bird chirping and more like a squawk (like a parrot would make).

cb ?05 September 2011, 16:45

yes saw two parrot on hicksville rd in n massapequa

Warszawa, Lindenhurst ?09 September 2011, 11:03

Oh my LORD are these birds loud! They hang out in my next-door neighbor’s giant spruce tree any time between 6 and 9 in the morning, and we’ve got a perfect few of them from the patio. Occasionally some will hang out on the wires above our driveway, but they’re skittish and always fly off screeching when I try to go get a picture. I’m 95% sure I spotted at least one of their nests on top of a power pole on Montauk Hwy a few days ago, which would explain why they’re always around my place. I welcome the little buggers so long as they don’t wake me up at 8am on my days off with all that racket!

Warszawa, Lindenhurst ?09 September 2011, 11:08

(Addendum: “few of them” should have said “view of them” - and I think the nest site I referred to is the same one Copiague Joe mentioned.)

Ziggy’s mom Dianne ?21 October 2011, 18:01

while everyone is watching them I just bought a 12 wk old Quaker from a pet shop in Commack. Trying to teach it to talk and he’s very friendly

Windybaker ?21 October 2011, 18:35

Large nest of parakeets at Shore Rd park in Lindenhurst. Recognized the sound, looked up and there they were…south side of parking lot, in a large light over the baseball field.

Lois ?22 October 2011, 13:24

We have one hanging around our community at West Gilgo Beach. BUT only one

rtlt ?23 October 2011, 14:03

Three spotted in Merrick on 10/22/11

Chase’s Dad ?12 November 2011, 10:11

A flock of about 15 - 20 flying by in Cedar Creek Park in Wantagh . They were very loud, i wasnt sure what they were until they all turned and i saw their bright green backs.

M. Draper ?14 December 2011, 17:12

Today, my class was visited by a flock of 12–16 Monk Parrots. We put out some feeders out with sunflower seeds about 2 months ago. Location: Massapequa High School- Ames Campus next to the Massapequa Preserve. Very cool!

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From: Ken E-mail: kdmkdm88@hotmail.com Question/Comment: 4/15/12 - Flock of at least six building a nest on LIRR power pole, west of Babylon station, on south side of RR tracks, opposite Babylon HS baseball field.

From: Sling E-mail: Sling3gs@aol.com Question/Comment: 4/30/12 - Today I saw 3 of these wild green parrots in Babylon Village on a path behind the softball field, just north of Argyle Lake.

From: Grace O’Connor E-mail: goconnor@suffolk.lib.ny.us Question/Comment: 5/10/12 - We have lovely parrots living in a large vine-covered tree in the West Islip Library parking lot. They’re great fun to observe - and they make themselves heard: they’re downright raucous!

P.S. We don’t shush them!

From: Barbara S E-mail: barb66@optonline.net Question/Comment: 8/14/12 - I live around the corner from Shore Rd park. I see nd hear the parrots all the time. I even have pictures of them!

From: Luann Johnson E-mail: luannjohnson1964@yahoo.com Question/Comment: 9/7/12 - Hi, Near the end of West Drive, Copiague, NY there is a pole with a giant nest and in the nest are a family of quaker parrots. I saw three birds, mom, dad and looked like a baby. They are protecting the baby and scream when you walk by. It looked like they might be leaving the nest, or the baby is now flying.

From: joseph scrimo E-mail: joeyppig@yahoo.com Question/Comment: 9/10/12 -I have been watching the parrots on Long Island since 1973. People shouldn’t report where the nests are located, as there are people who want to catch and/or kill them, as they did on the grumman building in bethpage in aprox. 1975.

From: Maria Graziano E-mail: grazpost@optonline.net Question/Comment: Last night 9/22/2012 we were watching my son play baseball when we noticed a large group of birds. In 2 fiels baseball light polls are 2 large nests. it was so cool to watch them fly into the nest. someone said they were parrots we thought he was crazy but soon a couple of them were on the small metal sticking out from the pole and you could see they were bright green. The lindenhurst person said they escaped from kennedy so I had to look it up. Really a coo think to see.

From: Jimmy E-mail: friberg1942@gmail.com Question/Comment: 10/4/12 - Im a truck driver and recently had a delivery on South Ketcham ave in Amityville down near the bay..I couldnt believe my eyes there are Quaker parrots all over this area.Big huge nets filled with Quakers…..Very cool….

From: Nick DeNezzo E-mail: xlnick@yahoo.com Question/Comment: 10/12/12 - The nest by the LIRR in Babylon seems to be abandoned and no longer functional? I’ve found another nest in the village ( can’t say exactly where in this blog ( not safe) it’s a transformer nest!

I’ve always found it strange why there haven’t been parrots in Babylon before? they are in West Islip and a lot of them in Lindenhurst? The ballfield lights at Argyle seem like a perfect attraction for them? I’ve wondered if Babylon Village is anti-parrot and destroys any detected nests in the Village?? Anyone care to comment?

From: Pauline Weissman E-mail: RetiredPauline@gmail.com Question/Comment: 11/16/12 - There was a small flock (perhaps 12–18) in a tree outside the Lindenhurst Library. It was an amazing sight to see and hear….so noisy

From: ROBERT ROBINSON E-mail: rob82143@aol.com Question/Comment: 11/18/12 - Twenty-five (25) parrots cited at Lindenhurst Library on Friday Nomember 16, 2012

From: Nancy Nevola E-mail: nanevola@yahoo.com Question/Comment:12/30/12 - I put suet out for the birds, especially the two woodpeckers who seem to love it. Yesterday I saw four green parrots eating the suet. This morning there were six. It was the first time I had seen them and had no idea they even existed. I also took pictures so people wouldn’t think I was crazy!

From: Donna E-mail: d0nnat@optonline.net Question/Comment: 1/1/13 - New Years Day 2013, 3 greet parrots visited our bird feeders together. We had never seen them here before in Massapequa. At first I thought that they would not survive but evidently they do!

From: steven daniels E-mail: steve11793@aol.com Question/Comment: 1/7/13 - I now have seen wild parrots in south bellmore for the past 3 summers. Population is growing. I was very supprised the first time I had seen them. You can see them everytime you go into Newbridge park at least during the warmer months.

From: Joe Salzone E-mail: joejoezone@aol.com Question/Comment: 2/6/13 - This is the 2nd winter I placed a bird feeder on my side yard on Maple St in West Babylon. On Saturday 2/2/13, a flock of 6 green parrots visited for the first time. Something scared them away but they came back about an hour later. Pretty but slightly aggressive. Wouldn’t even let the Black Grows join them, They didn’t stay for more than a few minutes.

From: Fran E-mail: Fran_Zahn@yahoo.com Question/Comment: 4/11/13 - The parrots are in North Massapequa. There are six. They have created quite a large nest in a utility pole on North Broadway off of North Queens. These birds are quite loud. They squawk.

From: rosemary marano E-mail: rmarano@banfi.com Question/Comment: 7/25/13 - I lived in Seaford, but my home was destroyed from Sandy. I am renting in Merrick, one block south of Merrick Road. Heard a very unusual bird outside and knew I had never heard anything like it before. I looked up and saw two large bright green parrots flying by. I was upset to think someone had lost them.

From: Thomas L E-mail: thomasglally@gmail.com Question/Comment: 8/14/13 - Just giving you an update on locations! We just moved into a house on Center Dyre Ave in West Islip and they have a nest in the utility pole directly across the street!

From: CAROL E-mail: sweetsunshine1@msn.com Question/Comment:9/12/13 - There are 6–7 green monk parrots in Island Park around Austin blvd. & Kingston blvd.

From: Cheryl Araujo E-mail: Tippylarue53@aol.com Question/Comment:9/16/13 - I spotted these parrots almost 25 years ago in Laurelton,NY. The were perched in a tree outside of my children’s elementary school, PS 176. I couldn’t believe my eyes because it was a cold wintry morning, and their bright colors decorated the bare tree. I went home and grabbed my camera to take pictures if them. Later hat day I shared the story with my mailman and he told me they were known as the famous Laurelton Parrots. He told me of there escape from a crate at JFK airport. The parrots used to visit several schools in Laurelton and Cambrian Heights. It was so amazing how they adapted to our climate. I was thrilled to see the story on WLNY News and how they have migrated to the south shore of Long Island.

From: Arlene E-mail: GIZMODONNA@aol.com Question/Comment: 9/20/13 - My backyard faces shore road park in Lindenhurst. There are huge nests of these birds in the park lights. I love seeing and hearing them in the mornings - such beautiful birds!

From: PETER CHESTERTON E-mail: PCHESTERTON@NYCJA.ORG Question/Comment: 10/25/13 - This morning as I was getting my LIRR at Bellmore, I saw a large flock(25–30) of green parrots flying by the train station. I was initially attracted by the noise. They were very chatty

From: campy17 E-mail: campy1717@verizon.net Question/Comment: 12/11/13 - Oh, my! Is this for real? I just watched 10 green parrots have lunch in my back yard! I live just north of Merrick Rd. in Massapequa and have seen a nice variety of birds throughout the years visiting our feeders, but I have never seen anything like this before! I had to find out if I was crazy or not, so I googled it and found your website. Happy to know I’m not alone in seeing the parrots…What an unusual sight to see so far north on a December afternoon. I took plenty of pictures so my family doesn’t think I’m losing it! I enjoyed reading about the theory as to how the birds came to live around here. It is amazing how they have adapted to our environment…I hope the parrots come back soon for another visit. They are truly beautiful!

From: Donna E-mail: Dcirile@icloud.com Question/Comment: 1/4/14 - I live on a canal in wantagh, ny on riverside drive. Today I saw a flock of quaker parrots fly over the canal. My husband spotted them last week for the first time. Easy to notice because they are noisy and fly erratic. No formation as geese do.

From: Joe E-mail: Josephmgennaro@hotmail.com Question/Comment: 1/19/14 - I also live on a canal in wantagh. Yesterday, I saw approx 25 green parrots standing in front of my house. I took several pics. Amazing!

From: bob belpanno E-mail: bbelpanno2246@aol.com Question/Comment: 2/18/14 - I would like to see these wild parrots. I have tried for a while now and so far no luck. I live in Suffolk county and people tell me its a joke. Where in Dowling college since I used to attend there will I be able to see them?

Editor’s Note - 2/19/14 - Dowling College hosts this information, we do not have wild parrots living on campus. As you read the prior posts on this page, you will see the towns mentioned where the parrots have been spotted - mostly in Nassau County, some in Suffolk County.

From: christine scali E-mail: daisymit@verizon.net Question/Comment: 2/28/14 - we have a lot of parrots here too. mainly near newbridge park

From: Frances levy E-mail: uziisrael714@gmail.com Question/Comment: 5/25/14 - There are many green parrots in newbridge park in bellmore long island. They nest in the tall lights surrounding the baseball field. The lights on every day and keep the birds warm. they are very tall light posts, so not many animals can get to the birds and a neighbor told me there is also an osprey nest their. Frances levy

From: Ed Rizzi E-mail: Edwardrizzi@gmail.com Question/Comment: 7/17/14 - I seen one for the first time in my yard in N. Bellmore

From: Melanie Doerner E-mail: sea.n.shells@hotmail.com Question/Comment: 7/18/14 - Want to know what kind of feed these birds like. My neighbor, 94 years, passed on and I failed to ask what seed she fed her many parrots. I have pair now trying to establish a nest on the electric transformer pole. There is a huge nest a block south of me and I guess it is getting crowded so this pair wants to spin off. lol

From: Susan karp E-mail: karpnski@aol.com Question/Comment: 7/25/14 - There is a very large established colony of parrots living south of montauk hwy in amityville. The main nesting site is built on a radio antenna that can seen at end of street by the bay from South bayview or Norman Ave. Other nests are built on transformers on adjacent streets

From: James Mott E-mail: 11jjmott@gmail.com Question/Comment: 8/1/14 - This is the first year here in South Massapequa that I have heard and see the parrots. They are very noisy and seem to be everywhere. They are tough to see in my maple trees. I hope this won’t be detrimental to other species of birds.

From: Michael Sequeira E-mail: 6ogden@optonline.net Question/Comment: 8/18/14- There is a large nest on Ogden rd in west Islip with approximately 8 to 10 birds

From: Michelle E-mail: Hellerconsulting04@yahoo.com Question/Comment: 8/22/14 - We have about 25 parrots that have moved in to our backyard about toe weeks ago. We live in massapequa, south of Merrick toad in biltmore shores.

From: Alan Lapidus. 8–23–14 E-mail: Moegreene@verizon.net Question/Comment: Just saw about a dozen of those green parrots fly right over my vehicle on a street about a block south of Merrick Rd. in Bellmore just adjacent to a Hess station. Thought I was still experiencing the after effects of the brown acid I took at Woodstock, but the guy in the car behind me stopped to look also (and I don’t remember seeing him during Jimi’s set) so I guess I wasn’t seeing things after all. Gives a whole new meaning to the word “anomaly”. A real tropical treat up here in snow country. Couple holder monkeys short of a trip to Costa Rica, but I’ll take it

From: Skip Della Porte E-mail: Regfixer@hotmail.com Question/Comment: 9/5/14 - PSE&G ripped down 3 large nest in Lindenhurst on Strong Ave, Montauk highway and off of Wellwood. They have moved to 2 large trees on either side of the Rivera canal in American Venice just off Montauk highway. I regularly have 10 or more on the wires across from my home on E Clearwater. They fly as a group and squawk as they do. Sounds like a rain forest. I love it.

From: Jim Finn E-mail: Sharky7@optonline.net Question/Comment: 9/21/14 - There is a very large wild parrot nest on the utility pole corner of ripple water and South Bay drive in nassau shore Massapequa NY. Every morning they leave the nest shortly after sunrise. Odd sounding

From: Lisa Worme E-mail: DayDreamr888@gmail.com Question/Comment: 9/25/14 - Spotted Wild Parrots in Massapequa NY on Broadway. Seven loud squawkers announced themselves and appeared to be considering taking up residence on an electrical pole outside a laundromat. One of them fussed for a while with a thin stick.

From: Janet Verdi E-mail: Anystring@aol.com Question/Comment: 10/4/14 - Have been hearing loud squawking the past couple of mornings. This morning to my surprise there was a small flock of small parrots outside on the telephone wire. Very cool to see them in West Islip!

From: Mara E-mail: marblemara@Hotmail.com Question/Comment: 10/12/14- Baldwin park large nests in all the baseball pole lighting platformsloud singing for the double header very happy bird families

From: Leo Ferrando E-mail: LFhuntfishny@optonline.net Question/Comment: 11/14/14 - In Seamans neck park located in Seaford LI., there are hundreds of them! Giant nests on the baseball field lite poles. They often visit my two crab apple trees in my back yard for a bite to eat.

From: Julie Roberts E-mail: julier0104@gmail.com Question/Comment: 12/12/14 - 3 monk parrots stopped at my feeder this morning December 12th. I’m in Cedarhurst. They then spent most of the morning in a tree maybe 20 ft up.

From: Jim E-mail: jpatbm@optonline.net Question/Comment: 12/13/14 - Seen 4 on three occassions. Once in my tree in August. On my garage early October. Funniest was last week. Dec 3, 2014. The four parrots were flying in formation across My yard. These were all sightings in 2014. I live in south merrick near merrick road.



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