20 Pictures Of Beautifully Colorful Parrots

15. Rainbow Lorikeet - Sugar Lovers

Parrots are the most colorful and attractive birds in the whole world, they come in shades of green, red, blue, yellow, black and white. While spectacularly beautiful it is not easy taking photos of parrots but these photographers seem to have managed it.

1. Snow-Moran Parrot

Pictures Of Stunningly Colorful Parrots

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2. Parakeet in the Park

Pictures Of Stunningly Colorful Parrots 2

3. Eastern Rosella Parrot by Eva Lechner

3. Eastern Rosella Parrot by Eva Lechner

4. Coquetry

4. Coquetry

5. Colors

5. Colors

6. B&G Macaw

6. B&G Macaw

7. BirD LovE

7. BirD LovE

8. Beautiful parrot

8. Beautiful parrot

9. Balance

9. Balance

10. Chroma by Irfan Khan

10. Chroma by Irfan Khan

11. I’m Blue

11. I'm Blue

12. Beauty time

12. Beauty time

13. Lift off

13. Lift off

14. I am colorful!

14. I am colorful!

15. A Little Lite Lunch

16. VibranT KisseS

16. VibranT KisseS

17. Love is In The Air

17. Love is In The Air

18. Parrots by trifatlete

18. Parrots by trifatlete

19. Twins

19. Twins

20. Tuner the African Grey Parrot

20. Tuner the African Grey Parrot

21. A Little Lite Lunch

Fun Facts About Parrots?

There are around 372 different parrot species.

Most parrots live in tropical areas.

Parrots have curved bills (beaks), strong legs and clawed feet.

Parrots are often brightly colored.

Parrots are believed to be one of the most intelligent bird species.

Some species are known for imitating human voices.

Most parrot species rely on seeds as food. Others may eat fruit, nectar, flowers or small insects.

Parrots such as the budgerigar (budgie) and cockatoos are popular as pets.

Some parrot species can live for over 80 years.

There are 21 different species of cockatoo.

Cockatoos usually have black, grey or white plumage (feathers).

New Zealand is home to some very unique parrots including the kea, kaka and kakapo.

Keas are large, intelligent parrots that live in alpine areas of New Zealand’s South Island. They are the world’s only alpine parrot and are known for their curious and sometimes cheeky behaviour near ski fields where they like to investigate bags, steal small items and damage cars.

Kakapos are critically endangered flightless parrots, as of 2010 only around 130 are known to exist. They are active at night (nocturnal) and feed on a range of seeds, fruit, plants and pollen. Kakapos are also the world’s heaviest parrot.

The flag of Dominica features the sisserou parrot.

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