French: Conure d’Eisenmann German: Azuerosittich Spanish: Cotorra azuerense
Other common names:
western part of Azuero Peninsula, Panama
SW Azuero Peninsula, in S Panama.
22 cm. An overall mid-sized green parakeet, with pale ochre eyes, greyish-black legs and feet, dull black bill, sooty-coloured orbital skin, and plumage broadly similar to... read more
Similar to P. picta, with a short “eek” note given in flight, a harsh guttural “kleek-... read more
Occurs in hilly areas in the mid and upper storeys of humid forest, and has been observed at forest... read more
Food and feeding
Diet unknown, but reported to visit bean plantations at certain seasons. Generally observed in small flocks of 2–3 birds up to 20... read more
In breeding condition in Jan–Feb and reported to lay eggs in Mar, with young in late Mar/Apr (early wet season); observed prospecting for... read more
Has been suggested that limited elevational movements might occur, based on observations of local... read more
Status and conservation
ENDANGERED. Population speculated to number only 1000–2500 mature individuals, within a global range estimated at just 700 km², and concern has been expressed that its... read more
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