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Brotogeris Brotogeris Resources
Brotogeris Bird Species

These small South American parakeets, slightly larger than parrotlets, are not well-known in the pet bird community, but they should be. They’re great talkers and whistlers, and they keep active with climbing and clowning around. The white-winged (Brotogeris versicoluris), the yellow-chevroned (Brotogeris chiriri) and the grey-cheeked (Brotogeris pyrrhopterus) are the three species most often found as pets in the United States. The white-winged and the yellow-chevroned were only recently separated into two species. They used to be grouped as one, the canary-winged.
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