Orange winged amazons
Orange winged amazons are beautiful green parrots with orange feathers in the wings and tail (these can be hard to spot unless they are in flight).
About orange winged amazons
|Common Name||Orange winged amazon|
|Scientific Name||Amazona amazonica|
|Native to||South America|
|Natural Habitat||Woodlands, savanna, grassland and floodplain in the Amazon|
|Diet||Seeds, fruits and other vegetation|
|Life Expectancy||40+ years|
|Conservation Status||Least Concern (3.1)|
About our orange winged amazons
We have two female orange winged amazons.
Our orange winged amazons are housed with our male blue fronted amazon.
How we care for our amazons
Our amazons are housed in our Birds of the World Aviary, in our arboretum.
They have a large outdoor aviary with mesh panels, with branching for perching and double mesh to protect them from predators.
They also have an indoor aviary, with nest boxes, perching branches and their feeding and water stations.
Our amazons are fed a combination of bird seed and fresh fruit and vegetables.
How you can help amazons
Although they are not threatened in the wild, you can help amazons by:
- making sure that you don't buy wild caught animals as pets
- making sure that you don't release pet animals into the wild
- thinking carefully before buying exotic pets - they can be difficult to look after and require specialist care