Purple-crowned Fairy-wrens are not captured to be eaten, to use their plumes, nor for pets. (Rowley 1988: 12). A benefit of Purple-crowned Fairy-Wrens is birdwatching. Birdwatchers can take tours to see different species of Australian birds, which includes looking for the Purple-crowned Fairy-wren in northwestern Australia. Birdwatchers can observe and take photos of the birds as they hike in conditions that are mostly hot, dry, and sunny.
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