[Trichoglossus euteles]
  Habitat: subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist mountains
  Weight: 2.8-3 oz
  Wingspan: 7"
  Average Lifespan: 15 years
  Incubation Period: 23 days
  Number of Young: 3-4
  Conservation Status: Least Concern

 









-  Also known as Olive-headed Lorikeet and Yellow-headed Lorikeet.
-  The tip of their tongues have tufts of papillae (extremely fine hairs), which collect nectar and pollen.

Perfect Lorikeet Coloring Sheet

  [Trichoglossus haematodus]
  Habitat: rainforest, open forest, woodland, heath, mangroves, along watercourses
    Size: 10-12"
  Weight: 3.5-5.5 oz
  Wingspan: 6.7 "
  Average Lifespan: 20 years
  Incubation Period: 25 days
  Number of Young: 2
  Conservation Status: Least Concern

 

 

 

- Also known as Swainson's Lorikeet or Blue Mountain Lorikeet.
- Though they may roost in flocks of thousands, during the daytime they move and feed in much smaller flocks ranging up to 20.
- It can hang upside down from a branch to reach the nectar and pollen of flowers.

Rainbow Lorikeet Coloring Sheet

  [Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus]
  Habitat: Savannah grasslands, dry thorn forest known as "Caatinga", and in palm stands
  Height: 39"
  Weight: 3.3-4.4 lbs
  Wingspan: 48"-56"
  Max Lifespan:
50 years
  Incubation Period: 25-28 days
  Number of Young: 1-2
  Conservation Status: Vulnerable

 

 

  - Also known as the Hyacinthine Macaw
  - The largest macaw and the largest flying parrot species
  - Can crack incredibly hard-shelled nuts with ease
  - The largest parrot by length in the world

Hyacinth Macaw Coloring Sheet

  [Ara chloropterus]
  Habitat: Tropical forests, mangrove swamps, savannas
  Height: 39"
  Weight: 2.5-3.5 lbs
  Wingspan: 49"
  Average Lifespan: 50 years
  Incubation Period: 28 days
  Number of Young: 2-3
  Conservation Status: Least Concern

 

  - Also sometimes called red-and-green macaw.
  - They are often mistaken for scarlet macaws due to their general red appearance.
  - Is the most common of the large macaws in the wild, and the largest of the Ara genus.

Green Winged Macaw Coloring Sheet

  [Ara macao]
  Habitat: Subtropical and tropical dry and moist lowland forests
  Size: 32-36"
  Weight: 2-2.5 lbs
  Average Lifespan: 40 years
  Incubation Period:
28 days
  Number of Young:
2-3
  Conservation Status: Least Concern

 

  - Young birds often stay with their parents for up to two years.
  - Can fly up to 35 miles per hour.
  - Mates may show affection by licking each other's faces and mutual preening.
  - Scarlet Macaws, and parrots in general, frequently use their left foot in handling food and in grasping other things.

Scarlet Macaw Coloring Sheet

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