Psittaciformes in Africa (Psittaciformes) - African parrots | Pets

Psittaciformes in Africa
- IOC (International Ornithological Committee)

NameScientific nameVisits
AgapornisAgapornis18067
Vasa ParrotCoracopsis vasa4759
Black ParrotCoracopsis nigra4927
Grey ParrotPsittacus erithacus7856
Timneh ParrotPsittacus timneh5160
Cape ParrotPoicephalus robustus4827
Red-fronted ParrotPoicephalus gulielmi4760
Yellow-fronted ParrotPoicephalus flavifrons5414
Brown-headed ParrotPoicephalus cryptoxanthus5123
Niam-Niam ParrotPoicephalus crassus4777
Meyer's ParrotPoicephalus meyeri5525
Rueppell's ParrotPoicephalus rueppellii4887
Red-bellied ParrotPoicephalus rufiventris4821
Senegal ParrotPoicephalus senegalus5354
Gray-headed LovebirdAgapornis canus7243
Red-headed LovebirdAgapornis pullarius5677
Black-winged LovebirdAgapornis taranta4791
Rosy-faced LovebirdAgapornis roseicollis5912
Yellow-collared LovebirdAgapornis personatus5414
Fischer's LovebirdAgapornis fischeri7004
Lilian's LovebirdAgapornis lilianae5592
Black-cheeked LovebirdAgapornis nigrigenis4322
Black-collared LovebirdAgapornis swindernianus4124
Rose-ringed ParakeetPsittacula krameri5560
Reunion ParakeetPsittacula eques4390
Brown-necked ParrotPoicephalus fuscicollis3648
Mascarene ParrotMascarinus mascarin1807
Seychelles Black ParrotCoracopsis barklyi1379
Seychelles ParakeetPsittacula wardi1370
Newton's Parakeetpsittacula exaul368

Psittaciformes in Africa

The psittaciformes (Psittaciformes) are an order of birds that includes approximately 92 genres 395 species found mainly in tropical and subtropical areas.

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