bronze winged parrot description
it is specifically dark with a whitish chin patch and its upper chest is speckled with red feathers. It has brief purple undertail feathers. The rump, tail and wings are darkish blue with lighter blue underwings. the head is dark blue-green; the mantle, back and underparts are darkish bronze-inexperienced with some blue tipped feathers and occasionally scattered purple feathers. Its beak is pale yellow. In adults the hoop of bare skin across the eyes is purple. Juveniles have whitish eyerings and their underparts are brownish The bronze-winged parrot is located in some distance western Venezuela, western and important Colombia, western Ecuador and far north-western Peru. In Venezuela it particularly takes place at altitudes of 900–1400 m, in Colombia it specifically happens at altitudes of 1400–2400 m (once in a while as excessive as 2800 m), in Ecuador specifically underneath 1400 m, and in Peru beneath 800 m. It commonly prefers the canopy of forest and woodland (both humid and semi-deciduous), but additionally takes place in adjoining habitats with tall trees. It seems to be as an alternative nomadic in parts of its range, but the actions (likely only in response to the supply of food) are generally poorly understood.
it's miles generally seen in pairs of small companies of up to 10 birds. The bronze-winged parrot nests in tree cavities. The eggs are white and there are commonly three to four in a seize. The female incubates the eggs for about 26 days and the chicks depart the nest about 70 days after hatching