The main color of the plumage is blue-violet and tones of bronze-brown on the wings. The chin is white and turns pink on the throat.
The eastern back is bronze-green in color and turns bluish on the lower back. Outstretched, the wings display blue feathers underneath. The tail feathers are blue with a red base.
Bronze Wing Pionus
The bronze-winged parrot lives in the tropical and subtropical montane forests of northwestern South America, northwestern Venezuela, northwestern Peru to western Ecuador, and southwestern Colombia.
The breeding season is from February or March to June or July. The clutch usually contains 3-4 eggs. Incubation lasts 24-26 days.
bronze wing pionus
Inhabits moist, deciduous forests. They move from one place to another depending on the season. They are very sociable and often gather at night in large flocks. The average life expectancy is about 40 years.
The bronze-winged parrot feeds on fruits, nuts, and seeds.
Bronze wing Pionus breeder
The bronze-winged parrot is a relatively rare parrot species in Europe. Breeding has rarely been successful and the mortality rate from captive breeding is quite high.
Bronze Wing Pionus Price
The price of a bronze winged parrot reaches 300 dollars