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July 31, 2020 at 9:55 am #4265AnonymousInactive
When it comes to parrots with the brightest and brightest feathers, it is the Amazona Guildingii Parrot. The larger size of its feathers is colorful, and it is known as one of the most beautiful species of Amazon parrots. Because of the small island environment they inhabit in the wild Very fragile, causing the Amazona Guildingii Parrot to become endangered. Therefore, the number of rearing also decreases.
Morphological Characteristics of Amazona Guildingii Parrot
The ideal body length of the Amazona Guildingii Parrot should be about 41cm, and the ideal weight should be between 660-700g. Since the body is larger than other parrots, the weight is also heavier than other parrots. Their plumage color changes very much, basically It can be divided into three colors: green, orange, and brown.
The forehead, top of the head and eyes of the Amazona Guildingii Parrot are white with slightly light yellow, orange connecting the back of the neck, blue-purple near the cheeks, throat, ear feathers and covering feathers, and the feathers on the neck range from green to Olive green with black edges; the chest and lower abdomen are bronze-brown, and each feather has narrow white edges; the cover feathers under the tail are yellow-green; the feathers under the shoulders, under the back, and over the tail are bronze-brown to Olive green, the feather tip above the tail is green; the first half of the main flight feather of the wings ranges from green to bronze brown, followed by orange-yellow-brown, and finally blue-purple; the inner flight feather is green with blue-purple tips. The tail has a blue-purple and orange base, and then has a yellow to orange hue; the beak is waxy white, and the iris is orange-red.
Living Environment of Amazona Guildingii Parrot
Amazona Guildingii Parrot have very high temperature requirements, especially parrots in the hatching period. Therefore, the reproduction rate of this type of parrot is very low, and it is difficult for ordinary people to raise it successfully. In addition, the number of this bird is limited, so buying has become a big problem, and the price of selling is also very expensive.
The Amazona Guildingii Parrot likes to inhabit the moist forests on the island and in valleys between 300 and 700 meters. I also like to be active in some forests that are not dense but still sheltered by trees. They usually act alone or in pairs. Occasionally they gather in groups of about 30. They like to perch on top of tall trees. Although their plumage color provides a good cover, they are still easily affected by their noisy calls. Find. In areas that are not hunted, they can be approached and observed to a limited extent, and usually only fly up when eating and noisy. In the early morning and afternoon, they will scream loudly. If there is a dangerous situation or if they hear a warning from their companions, they will all fly up and give out a yelling warning. Sometimes it screams when flying, it is quite a noisy parrot.
Feeding Points of Amazona Guildingii Parrot
Not to mention the domestic market, even the international flower and bird market may not be able to see shops selling Amazona Guildingii Parrots, so this has become the dream bird of many people who love Amazona Guildingii Parrots. Not only is the price expensive, even breeding has become a major problem for the Saint Vincent Amazon parrot.
Amazona Guildingii Parrot living in the wild mainly eat seeds, berries, nuts, palm tree fruits, flowers, and plant shoots. Family-bred Amazona Guildingii Parrot are generally recommended to be fed with feed, and snacks are mainly common fruits and nuts.
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