Scientific Name: Amazona Autumnalis
Population Estimate: 500K to 5M
Range / Habitat: The Red-lored Amazon nests in tree cavities. The eggs are white and there are usually three or four in a clutch. The Red-lored Amazon or Red-lored Parrot (Amazona autumnalis) is a species of Amazon parrot, native to tropical regions of the Americas, from eastern Mexico south to Ecuador, with a disjunct population in central Brazil, where it occurs in humid evergreen to semi-deciduous forests up to 1,100 m altitude. It is absent from the Pacific side of Central America north of Costa Rica.
Field Notes: The Red-lored Amazon or Red-lored Parrot (Amazona autumnalis) is a species of Amazon parrot. The plumage is primarily green, with a red forehead and, in some subspecies, yellow cheeks (sometimes with red spots). The crown is blue. Adult males and females do not differ in plumage. Juveniles have less yellow on the cheeks, less red on the forehead, and dark irises