Green parrots of “beautiful town”

From the quiet business hub of Belleville (“beautiful town“au français), to the island capital of Bridgetown, one of the newest species of flying visitors – green parrots gather and travel. Their signature calls resonate like an orchestra string section in the atmosphere, as they make their perfectly-punctual evening trip home to the trees.

Between 5 and 6pm, the echoing of the green parrots’ calls are number one on the playlist of sounds in an area where, at any other hour during the day, the intermittent passing swoosh of a car or few is the most present sound within a community of a few homes, many businesses, and eleven avenues.

The green parrots’ song adds a refreshing element to the ears, and their flight is a sight to behold in the sunsetting island sky.

These are the authentic sounds of green parrots traversing from Belleville to the outskirts of Bridgetown. Thanks for tuning in and please visit the Creation Sounds page for more birdsongs and nature sounds of Barbados.

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Hi, I'm Indra, blogging from Barbados. Here you’ll find content tips for the creative, refreshment reminders for everyday life, and beautiful nature views from around the island. Get ready to nurture your gifts and shape a thriving business that aligns with your wellness. I'm a writer, singer and blogger who now mostly works from home, balancing house & yard work with creative career tasks. On a quest to grow more grateful each day. As a teen I almost gave up on life; now as a woman saved by grace, I'm living joyfully with purpose, encouraging the overwhelmed and overworked. This blog was launched when I pressed pause of travelling and being busy on the road and moved to a farm in the countryside, where I started growing food, hiking and fishing. Now, I'm on the west writing, cooking, recording, and creating content daily. Thanks for joining the journey, and remember to follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts.

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