The Red Fronted Parrot, scientific name Poicephalus gulielmi, also known as the Jordanian parrot, is a medium-sized predominantly green parrot that is distributed over a wide area of Africa. It has three subspecies.
The amount of red or orange plumage on the head, thighs, and wings of the head and the shade varies depending on the subspecies of the Red fronted parrot.
The Red fronted parrot is popular as pets, partly because of their ability to copy speech and words. The potential threat to wildlife trapped by wildlife for the pet trade; All wildlife parrots have made the trade, import, and export illegal.
The juvenile's orange-colored patch begins to form in the forehead at the Red fronted parrot.
The Red fronted parrot is 28 cm (11 inches) long. It is mostly green and has a small black squarish tail. Black feathers on the head, neck, back, and wings have light green edges that give a sculpted appearance.
The lowest mandible of the Red fronted parrot is dark gray and the upper mandible has a horn base and a dark gray tip. The irises are red-orange, the earrings pink-gray, and the legs gray-brown.
Predictably the amount of red or orange varies among the three tribes, but juveniles absent in all young birds are shaved in one pail and juveniles with a smoky appearance on brown irises.
Adult males and females are identical in outward appearance.
Gender determination of calves is usually conducted by breeders using DNA analysis of feather samples or by internal examination of clocks. This modern method is cheap and fast but causes some trouble for the birds.
Red fronted parrot nests in tree cavities. The eggs are white and there are usually three or four in a clutch. The female lays eggs for about 27 days, and the rats leave the nest about 80 days after hatching.
They fast during their night roasting and feeding places, in loud or small groups, making noisy calls over the forest.
Red-fronted parrot feed quietly in the upper canopy of the tree, where they are well camouflaged.
Commonly called the Jardin Parrot, the Red-fronted parrot is becoming an increasingly popular pet, due to increased availability and increasing follow-up.
They are especially intriguing, intelligent and affectionate. Some speak very clearly and imitate the skill of other birds.
Their size, mood, and voice compared to the larger, louder birds make them a better candidate for the residents of the apartment.
The captive breeding birds have a temperamental disposition, are well bonded, usually involuntarily or are only slightly biased toward other members of the family.
Unlike some species, these are not “needy” and as long as they are occupied, they may be left alone for long periods without sensitive stress allowing owners to work, for example.
It is difficult to estimate because of the large range of populations of the African wild-red parrots. They have been threatened with potential for Trapping wild parrots for the pet business; But the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), along with almost all other parrot species. It has made all wildlife parrot trade, imports and exports illegal.