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  1. njlarsen

    Parrot by description only, Grenada, so an escape

    Thanks to everybody who looked at this. Niels
  2. njlarsen

    Parrot by description only, Grenada, so an escape

    Thanks, but most (all?) Amazona do not use the wings like this one did, with wings going deep down on the downstroke like a Pionus, and most Pionus do not have any reddish speculum on the wing. That was why I thought it might be worth a question if anyone knew that combination. thanks Niels
  3. njlarsen

    Parrot by description only, Grenada, so an escape

    I am currently in Grenada, where I today saw a short-tailed, green parrot (only seen in flight for a short time), which had a reddish speculum visible on the upperside of the wing, and which seemed to have dark (perhaps bluish) flight feathers. Wing beats were deep reminding me of Pionus sp...
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