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Orange-fronted Parakeet

Eupsittula canicularis

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Parakeets are fairly small parrots, usually with a relatively long and somewhat pointed tail. This species is fairly common in tropical lowlands, mainly in semiopen areas with scattered trees, woodlands, and locally in towns and suburban areas. Often in small flocks or in pairs. Note the bright orange forehead and yellowish eyering. In most parts of its range, no other parakeets occur.

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Neotropical Birds

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