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Cinnamon Green-Cheeked Conure

The Cinnamon Conure is a lovely variation of the Green Cheek Conure. Like all Green Cheeks, these Cinnamons are relatively quiet compared to other conures. They can learn a few words, but are not generally great talkers. These tiny parrots make great companions and pets.

The green-cheeked conure has origins in South America, specifically Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina, and Brazil. They are most commonly found in wooded areas and tend to live in flocks of up to 20 birds in treetops. Their green coloration helps them to blend in with the trees and camouflage themselves from birds of prey and other predators. The green-cheeked conure is a very popular pet bird, but its behaviors in the wild are not well-studied. What is known is that they tend to eat fruit, seeds, and flowers available to them from the trees in their natural habitat. Figs, in particular, comprise a large part of their diets in the wild.

The cinnamon mutation is one that is sex-linked. The mutation blocks the conure’s melanin from being oxidized, which inhibits shades of black and gray from appearing on the bird. The cinnamon green-cheeked conure’s feathers are primarily pale lime green. Their heads are a tan color and their tail feathers are maroon. Both the feet and beak are light-colored. By contrast, the typical green-cheeked conure has a darker green color, including on its head, and it has white rings around its eyes. Its beak and feet tend to be a gray color. Both cinnamon and classic green-cheeked conures are monomorphic, which means males and females have the same physical features.

Conures eat a variety of seeds, nuts, fruits, berries and vegetation such as leaf buds in the wild. Some eat insects and their larva. They feed in the treetops. They have been known to raid farmers' crops.

ADULT SIZE: One of the smaller conure species, it measures around 10 inches in length and weighs about two to three ounces

LIFE EXPECTANCY: Can live 30-plus years 

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