10. Blue-Fronted Amazon

Blue-fronted amazon is a popular pet and taking bird native to South America. This beautiful parrot is named after its distinctive blue marking on the head. You should spend quality time with blue-fronted amazon to improve its talking ability.

Blue-fronted amazons have a tendency to bond with only one person. They mimic human voice only if they socialized right. Interestingly, they can talk for hours if trained well. Blue-fronted amazon also known for their sweet song.

The turquoise-fronted amazon (Amazona aestiva), also called the turquoise-fronted parrot, the blue-fronted amazon and the blue-fronted parrot, is a South American species of amazon parrot and one of the most common amazon parrots kept in captivity as a pet or companion parrot. Its common name is derived from the distinctive turquoise marking on its head just above its beak.

The turquoise-fronted amazon is a mainly green parrot about 38 cm (15 in) long. They have blue feathers on the forehead above the beak and yellow on the face and crown. Distribution of blue and yellow varies greatly among individuals. Unlike most other Amazona parrots, its beak is mostly black. There is no overt sexual dimorphism to the human eye, but analysis of the feathers using spectrometry, a method which allows the plumage to be seen as it would be by a parrot’s tetrachromatic vision, shows clear differences between the plumage of the sexes. Juveniles of parrots are duller and have dark irises.