Amazonian Parrotlet

It is little known, but considered near threatened. It eats primarily seeds and fruit and seems to nest in bromeliads or other epiphytes. Flocks are small, under 20 individuals.

The Amazonian Parrotlet is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

bamboo continues to get harvested, the Amazonian Parrotlet will have to find a new shelter and food source. More

The flock size of the Amazonian Parrotlet is still not completely certain. The thoughts of the scientist who study the Amazonian Parrotlet is that the flock size is somewhere between 10 and 20 birds. It has been said that the Amazonian Parrotlet can be seen along the Man on top of trees across from the Altamira beach about 25 minutes from the Manu Resort. More

he Amazonian Parrotlet is a fairly recentlly recognized species of parrot . It is native to Peru, and Bolivia. It is normally found in lowland forests near bamboos groves and rivers .It stays away from open areas . It has a stocky build like all parrotlets and predominantly green. This species is considered threatened. It eats primarily seeds and fruit and gather in small flocks. More

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Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela and the Amazonian parrotlet, living in the western Amazon basin, from Peru to north-western Bolivia. 5) Touit: there are 7 species, living in Venezuela, Guyana, northern Andes and in the region of Bahia, Brazil. 3 of them had been bred, but without success because they don’t survive in captivity. These parrotlets are the smallest among the parrot species common bred to be sold as pets in the world. More

Amazonian Parrotlet at a stake out day perch: Blue-and-yellow Macaw, Scarlet Macaw, Red-and-green Macaw, Chestnut-fronted Macaw, Red-bellied Macaw, White-eyed Parakeet, Dusky-headed Parakeet, Cobalt-winged Parakeet, Amazonian Parrotlet, White-bellied Parrot, Orange-cheeked Parrot, Blue-headed Parrot, Mealy Parrot. Also Dusky-billed Parrotlet possible.. Sleep at TRC. Day 15. Additional morning in hides to see parrots at the macaw lick. In the afternoon we will return to Explorer?s Inn. Day 16. After a boat-trip to Puerto Maldonado we shall fly to Cusco. More

The Amazonian Parrotlet has pink feet. Health Amazonian Parrotlets should be kept in an enclosure between 18" and 48" square, for two birds. Breeding Very little is known about the breeding habits of the Amazonian Parrotlet. It is thought that they breed between July and September, during which time they court each other by feeding and preening together. Amazonian Parrotlets usually build their nests in the hollows of large trees. More

Order : Psittaciformes
Family : Psittacidae
Genus : Nannopsittaca
Species : dachilleae
Authority : O'Neil, Munn & Franke, 1991