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Name Of Parrot

Name Parrot
Male Name cock
Femle Name hen
Kids/Baby Name chick
Group Name company, flock
More About Parrot

  • In the wild, Macaws and Cockatoos can fly 500 miles per day in search of food!
  • Some parrot vocalizations can be heard for up to 1 mile!
  • Three hundred and twenty-eight different species of parrots live on the Earth.
  • Parrots are divided into groups such as cockatoos, lories, lovebirds, macaws, and parakeets.
  • Parrots range in size from the pygmy of the South Pacific which is only 3½ inches long to the hyacinth macaw which is about 10 inches long.
  • Much of its length is in its long tail.
  • Parrots weigh from just a few ounces to 3½ pounds.
  • Most parrots are predominantly green, especially the ones from South America.
  • Some American parrots are mostly blue or yellow.
  • However, parrots may have red, green, blue, purple, white, pink, brown, yellow, and even black.
  • They have large heads and short necks.
  • The zygodactyolus feet of the parrot have two toes that point backwards and two toes that point forward. These toes make the parrot excellent climbers.
  • Smaller parrots live 10 to 15 years.
  • Larger parrots such as the macaws and cockatoos live more than 75 years.
  • These birds reach maturity in 1 to 4 years.
  • Wild parrots live in the forest of tropical zones including South America, Australia, and New Guinea. A few live in Africa and mainland Asia.
  • Parrots are hole nesters. They build their nests in holes in trees, termite mounts, rock cavities, or ground tunnels. A few exceptions will build stick nests.
  • The thick muscular tongue helps the parrot eat fruit, seeds, buds, nectar, and pollen. Sometimes they will eat insects.
  • Their strong beak is hooked. They feed their young by regurgitation.
  • Wild parrots do not imitate

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