The brown-necked parrot, sometimes known in aviculture as the uncape parrot, is a large Poicephalus parrot species endemic to Africa consisting of the savanna-dwelling brown-necked parrot and grey-headed parrot subspecies. It formerly included the Cape parrot as a subspecies before the Cape parrot was re-classified as a distinct species.
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NoNot a migrant
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