PERICO FRENTE NARANJA (ORANGE-FRONTED PARAKEET)
It is mainly green, paler and yellowish below and with an olive hue on the chest.
It has the external feathers of the wings of a blue tone, with yellow coverings.
The tail is pointed, with a blue tip.
The head is distinctive, with a blue-green crown, orange forehead, and amber eyes, with yellow and white irises.
Young birds are similar to adults, but with much less orange on the forehead.
It is found in arid zones, semi-humid forests and areas semi-open, as well as in mountains and places near the coast of the Pacific Ocean
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- FAMILY: Psittacidae
- SCIENTIFIC NAME: Eupsittula canicularis
- STATE OF CONSERVATION: Least concern
- IT’S FOUND: Western Mexico to southern Costa Rica.
- LENGTH: 23 to 25cm
- WEIGHT: 80g