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Amazons









YELLOW FRONTED AMAZON


Physical Description

The Yellow Fronted Amazon is primarily green. It has a yellow cap on its head. There are different mutations of this bird, including a lutino, and blue bird. Also, there are many variations of this bird.

Length:
14 inches

Origin:
Central and South America.

Trainability:
These birds are very good at talking. They are a very popular parrot. The can become very tame, and like human company.

Loudness:
Owners report them to be quiet.





RED LORED AMAZON


Physical Description

The Red Lored Amazon is primarily green. It has a red lore (forehead), yellow cheeks, and blue crown. The primary flight feathers are typically deep red and navy. Red Loreds are on the endangered species list (Number II), which means that imports are definitely illegal. Breeding is encouraged (Naturally) and it is advised that one should only buy domestic birds.

Length:
11 inches

Origin:
Central America and Amazon River.

Trainability:
Seem to be good at training. They can talk, though they don't appear to be the best talkers.

Loudness:
Owners report them to be quiet.





ORANGE WINGED AMAZON


Physical Description

The Orange Winged Amazon looks very much like a Blue Fronted Amazon. It has a yellow face, with the blue feathers around the beak. The difference between the Blue Fronted and the Orange Wing is the distinctive orange color on the wings - hence the name.

Length:
15 inches

Origin:
South America.

Trainability:
These birds are very good at talking. They are a very popular parrot. The Amazons are very affectionate, but the males can be difficult after they reach sexual maturity. Good early training is required to prevent the male Amazons from becoming mean.

Loudness:
Owners report them to be quiet.





BLUE FRONTED AMAZON


Physical Description

The Blue Fronted Amazon is primarily green. It has a yellow face, with the blue feathers around the beak. Its shoulders have a yellow and red patch.

Length:
15 inches

Origin:
Southwestern Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, and northern Argentina.

Trainability:
These birds are very good at talking. They are a very popular parrot. The Amazons are very affectionate, but the males can be difficult after they reach sexual maturity. Good early training is required to prevent the male Amazons from becoming mean.

Loudness:
Owners report them to be quiet.









This little one is a YellowHead Amazon about 10-12 weeks.





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