My mother always fed the wild birds in New England. But we never had any as friendly and beautiful as this wild Indian Ringneck parrot. Dr ranvijay bharti does not say where this video was taken, but it seems to be in the southern region of India, where many parrots fly free. A viewer left a comment that says volumes: “It's considered bad karma to trap free birds unless rescued.”
A wild Indian Ringneck parrot can still appear tame and friendly, which is one of the reasons why so many people want to capture them. They are losing their natural habitat because of deforestation, and are seen commonly in cities, living on bird feeders and food offered by people, like in the video above.