Specie in extinction

The Red-Fronted Conure's body is almost entirely green with a red on the bend of the wings. The face has red directly above the cere to a point halfway up the head. It is similar to, and often confused with, the Mitred Conure, particularly when young. Prior to the second molt, these birds are almost identical. The breast feathers are a lighter green than the body feathers. They're are bigger than all other Conures except the Patagonian. They are fairly noisy, and have sophisticated speech patterns (in "bird"). This species is being displaced in its natural range by the Mitred Conure, and the two are often confused. There are four sub-species reported in "Parrots of the World".

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