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Although Europe doesn't have native parrot species, several cities boast populations of wild parrots.  Most commonly seen are wild Indian Ringnecks and Alexandrine parrots.  They were probably escaped pets or escaped from importers but they are now flourishing and breeding in the wild.  

Nationals of USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and several other countries don't need visas for a 90 day visit.  For more information, please see the Schengen Visa website.

Euro (EUR)

Gateway airports
Paris (CDG), Amsterdam (AMS), Frankfurt (FRA), Zurich (ZRH), Madrid (MAD), Athens (ATH)

Major Airlines that fly there (just a few mentioned) 
Air New Zealand, Air France,  American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Continental, Emirates,  Gulf Air, Japan Airlines,  KLM, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines,  Qantas,  Royal Brunei, SAS, Singapore Airlines,  Thai Airways, United Airlines, US Airways

Parrot species found there (not native, but wild)
Indian Ringnecks
Alexandrine Parrots

You wouldn't be booking an eco-tour to Europe specifically to see parrots.  You would most likely be there for the culture of Europe or a business trip and looking for a "parrot fix".

While you're there, don't miss all the culture and history Europe has to offer, too much to list here but you may get more information from Trip Advisor.

Eating nuts on tress

Ringnecks Roosting in Amsterdam

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