Lilacine amazon

Lilacine amazon

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Amazona lilacina

The lilacine amazon or Ecuadorian red-lored amazon is an amazon parrot native to Ecuador in South America. According to the IOC World Bird List, it is still considered to be a subspecies of the red-lored amazon, although Birdlife International considers it to be a separate species, as Amazona lilacina - as does the International Union for Conservation of Nature for the purposes of the IUCN Red List, rating the lilacine amazon as critically endangered. The lilacine amazon is generally smaller than its related subspecies, with a black beak and more subdued coloring. Lilacine amazons are said to make favorable companion parrots because of their gentle, affectionate nature and agreeable temperament.

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References

1. Lilacine amazon Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilacine_amazon
2. Lilacine amazon on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22728296/181432250

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