No other birds drew my attention in Bharatpur like parakeets. They were everywhere in the park, gathered in small groups and chattering constantly. They were shrill and loud, keeping me aware of their presence all the time. Yet, their green camouflage hid them so well that it was hard to spot them even when half-a-dozen of them were sitting on a branch right over my head. During the three days I spent in the park, I saw parakeets trying to threaten an enemy hiding in a tree hole, having a brawl between themselves, squeaking loudly for no apparent reason, taking flight in a small groups and having a conversation mid-flight, idling on tree branches and sitting perfectly still and almost invisible in their camouflage, trying to expand a small hole in a tree into a more comfortable roost and having a delicious breakfast. Some pictures.