Niam-niam parrot

The Niam-niam parrot is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Niam-niam Parrot (Poicephalus crassus) is a parrot endemic in Central Africa (Cameroon to SW Sudan). It is a mostly green parrot with a brown head and a red iris. It lives in woodlands and is not known in captivity. External links - * More

Range Map of the NIAM-NIAM Parrot (46k in size) More

The Niam-niam Parrot (Poicephalus crassus) is endemic to Central Africa, where it can be found in eastern Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, southwest Sudan and Zaire. It favors moist woodland areas. This species has a very large natural range, but is not known in captivity. Description: This parrot averages 25cm (9.75 - 10 inches) in length. It is a mostly green parrot. More

Niam-Niam Parrot - not known in captivity Poicephalus crassus Yellow-Faced Parrot - not found in captivity Poicephalus flavifrons Vasa Parrot Coracopsis Greater Vasa C. vasa Lesser Vasa or Black Parrot C. nigra Love Birds Agapornis Grey-headed A. canus Red-faced A. More

Order : Psittaciformes
Family : Psittacidae
Genus : Poicephalus
Species : crassus
Authority : (Sharpe, 1884)