Santa Marta Conure

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Santa Marta Conure is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

conservation project for the Santa Marta Conure in Colombia the Fonds promotes a project of the Colombian foundation Alianza para Ecosístemas Críticos. The latter strives for close co-operation with the Indigenous people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. The endemic Santa Marta Conure is a key species for education on the uniqueness of the flora and fauna of the mountain chain. More

No Santa Marta Conure Parrots found Classifieds - No Santa Marta Conure Parrots classifieds found Adoptable Santa Marta Conure Parrots - No adoptable Santa Marta Conure Parrots found Members - * See all No members found Testimonials - * Post New No one has written testimonial More

Santa Marta Conure (viridicata) This is indeed a rarely kept conure only know in very few collections. Exists in a tiny locallity in the Mountains of Santa Marta in North Columbia. Photos above (left to right) : Crimson bellied, Emmas, Fiery-shouldered, Grey-breasted, Hoffman's and Pearly Conures Photos above (left to right): Pfimeri, Rose-crowned, Red-headed, Black-capped, Santa Marta and White-eared conures Pyrrhura Conure websites http://web.gvdnet. More

Santa Marta Conure in the wild Credit: © Nick Athanas photos Photos videoVideo 1 eNewsletter SIGNUP FOR EMAIL UPDATES Did You Know?The Santa Marta Conure is one of the least typical of the Pyrrhura species in its colouration. The scalloped breast markings found in so many other Pyrrhuras is missing, and its abdomen is bright orange/red, differentiating this species further. More

Santa Marta Conure in the wild © Nick Athanas Santa Marta Conure on a vine © Nick Athanas | Page 1 of 1 pages Copyright © 2008 World Parrot Trust - All rights reserved. More

* The Santa Marta conure's distribution is known only from the Santa Marta Mountains, northern Columbia. * Length: 9. More

Order : Psittaciformes
Family : Psittacidae
Genus : Pyrrhura
Species : viridicata
Authority : Todd, 1913