The yellow head amazon, also known as the yellow-headed parrot. They inhabit the mangrove forests and forests near rivers or other bodies of water. These parrots are excellent speakers. Poaching has decimated the wild population and many parrots die in the process. Habitat loss has also resulted in the decline of this species. They can be found singly, in pairs, or in big flocks occasionally.
Locality: Belize; Guatemala; Honduras; Mexico
Status: Cites 1
IUCN Status: Endangered (EN)