The parrot Grey Features Scientific Name: Psittacus erithacus Common Name: Grey Parrot = Yaco Order: Psittaciformes Family: Psittacidae features: - Weight: 450 g. - Length: 35 cm. - Wingspan: 45 cm. - Longevity: 60 years. - Habitat: Forests, cultivated areas. - Distribution: Central Africa and West Africa. - Customs: social and diurnal species. - Food: Herbivorous (grains and fruits). - Playing: Sunset 3 eggs. Incubation 21 to 30 days. - Enemies: More features Parrot On her looks: The parrot yaco is a stocky body and plumage gray with red tail. The face is paler than the body. On their behavior: The parrot emit a large repertoire of sounds, imitate the song of other birds. The group yaco lives in more than 100 individuals. On his playlist: The male is very similar to the female. Males reach sexual maturity at 3 years, while females at 7 years old. The yaco builds the nest in the hole of a large tree. The young fledge after 80 days of life. On where it lives: The gray parrot live in places where oil palms. On the problems they cause: The grays cause havoc in the maize crop.
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