|Ochre-marked Parakeet Pyrrhura
(aka Blue-throated Parakeet)
Brazilian name: tiriba-grande
|Porto Seguro, Bahia,
The Ochre-marked Parakeet is a Brazilian endemic restricted now to a few remaining remnants of lowland Atlantic Rain Forest situated from south Bahia to Rio de Janeiro. It is classified as Vulnerable. There is a distribution map at NatureServe.
It has a black crown with yellowish flecks
on the nape, orange-red to yellow ear-coverts, a blue breast and
collar with blue also on the primaries. It has a red belly and
rump with a patch of red on the bend of the wings. The tail is
olive-yellow above and brownish-red below.
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