Blue-fronted amazon also known as turquoise-fronted amazon is a South American species of amazon parrot. They are one of the most common amazon parrots in captivity because they simply the best companion parrots. The blue-fronted amazon parrot is mostly green and about 38cm in length. These birds have blue feathers on their forehead and yellow feathers on their face and crown. The young ones have dark irises and are very active, sociable and love to play in large areas, especially outside the aviary or cages. The distribution of blue and yellow colours varies with individuals.
As a pet bird, the blue-fronted amazon parrot may bond with one person exclusively if it has been hand-raised and hand-fed by the person, and when you properly take care of the bird and give it a balanced and nutritional diet that includes fruits, vegetables, grains and protein, it will live for about 50-60 years. These bright feathered friends are one of the best species in the amazon clan. You can find a reasonable population of these parrots in eastern and northern Bolivia, eastern Brazil, Paraguay and northern Argentina. You can find them in extensive humid forests such as the amazon, savanna and palm groves. Blue-fronted amazons nests in tree cavities. If you are searching for a blue-fronted amazon parrot, Hansen parrot is here to provide you with the best parrot species in the world.