Mexican parrotlets are highly social birds, sometimes found in small groups, or alone, but mostly found in flocks of twenty to fifty. They give a variety of screechy sounding vocalizations. They eat fruit such as seeds, berries and figs which they find on trees or on the ground.
Distribution and habitat
- Bird songs from around the world. written and illustrated by:Les Beletsky, Chronicle Books San Francisco
- World Parrot Trust Parrot Encyclopedia - Species Profiles
|This article relating to parrots is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|