The Amazon de Dufresne
The the Amazon de Dufresne ( Amazona dufresniana (Shaw, 1812)) is a rather rare species of the kind Amazona . It is sometimes called the Amazon with blue cheeks, but this name ready with confusion because it is rather allotted to another species, also named the Amazon of Brazil or the Amazon with red tail ( Amazona brasilensis ).
DescriptionThis bird measures approximately 34 cm.
The feathers of the face and the cap are yellow orange broadsides of green the lores are yellow and the cheeks have a color azure.
DistributionThis rather rare bird is localized in a restricted surface of the North-East of South America: Guyana, Surinam, Guyana and Venezuela (Bolivar).
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