The Blue-fronted Parrot is a beautiful parrot native to Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and northern Argentina. Its name derives from the distinctive blue markings over its beak.
Blue-fronted Parrots are also known as Turquoise-fronted Amazons or Blue-fronted Amazons. These birds are known to be excellent talkers and proficient singers. Their talking ability is ranked third among birds when compared to African Grey Parrots and Yellow-naped Parrots.
The Blue-fronted Amazon has a very large natural range and has a conservation status of Least Concern as of August 2013.