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March 1, 2018

Parrots stay in tropical and subtropical regions and continents. Most wild parrots live inside the warm areas of the Southern Hemisphere; although they may be found in lots of other regions of the world, including Northern Mexico, Australia, South the USA and Central America have the best diversity of the parrot’s species

Parrots living in Australia:

The orange-bellied parrot is endemic to Southern Australia. The parrots breed in Tasmania from October to January then the entire population migrates to the southern coast of the mainland of Australia. They then live in areas like salt marshes, shore heathlands, and low scrublands with grassy areas.

These parrots include the following breeds:

Budgerigar (Budgie)
Rainbow Lorikeet

Parrots living in Africa:

The African grey parrot lives in the tropical rainforests of west and central Africa and nest in holes in trees. It is rainy most of the time but is warm all year. 50-260 inches of rainfall there every year. The temperature is around 93 Fahrenheit.

These parrots include following breeds:

Alexandrian Parrot

Parrots live South America:

South America is home to many unique animals, many parrots live in South America. They can be 3 inches to 10 inches long. Most parrots are green. Parrots live in a nest at tops of trees. They eat berries, seeds, and insects.

These parrots include following breeds: