blue-headed parrot (Pionus menstruus), dusky-headed parakeet (Aratinga weddellii), mealy amazon (Amazona farinosa), yellow-crowned amazon (Amazona ochrocephala)
Many parrots at clay lick in Anangu, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador. Species seen are Blue-headed Pionus (Pionus menstruus), Dusky-headed Parakeet (Aratinga weddellii), Mealy Amazon (Amazona farinosa farinosa) and Yellow-crowned Amazon (Amazona ochrocephala)
Date 31 October 2010, 08:14
Source Clay lick
Author Geoff Gallice http://www.flickr.com/photos/11014423@N07 from Gainesville
The blue-headed parrot or blue-headed pionus (Pionus menstruus) is a medium large parrot. It is a resident bird in tropical and subtropical South America and southern Central America, from Costa Rica, Venezuela and Trinidad south to Bolivia and Brazil.
The dusky-headed parakeet, Weddell's conure or dusky conure (Aratinga weddellii) is a small green Neotropical parrot with dusty grey head found in wooded habitats in the western Amazon basin of South America.
The mealy amazon or mealy parrot (Amazona farinosa) is among the largest parrot in the Amazona genus, the amazon parrots. It is endemic to tropical Central and South America.
The yellow-crowned amazon or yellow-crowned parrot (Amazona ochrocephala) is a species of parrot native to tropical South America and Panama.