Puerto Rican Parrot Amazona vittata

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A chunky green resident of moist upland forests. No other native parrots occur within its range, but the Red-crowned Parrot, native to Mexico, is often kept in captivity and looks very similar. Compared to the Puerto Rican Parrot, the Red-crowned has more extensive red on the forehead, has a small red patch on its wings, and has gray, not flesh-colored, legs and feet. Calls include a loud harsh “wee-uh.”

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