Double Yellow - Headed Amazon

Double yellow-headed Amazon parrots are native to Mexico and northern Central America, where they live in mangrove forests and forests near rivers or other bodies of water.
Amazon parrots eat a variety of seeds, nuts, fruits, berries, and vegetation in the wild. In captivity, a double yellow-headed needs a high-quality pelleted diet supplemented with seed mix and daily servings of fresh bird-safe fruits and vegetables. A varied diet will help ensure that your bird is getting the balanced nutrition it needs.

This species is the best mimic of all the Amazon parrots and is second only to the African gray parrot in its ability to learn words and phrases.It is also a noisy, boisterous bird, prone to screaming sessions twice a day, at dawn and dusk. These loud vocalizations are normal for this species. Screaming can become a problem if the bird screams all day long, which can happen if the bird is bored due to a lack of attention or mental stimulation.

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