Talkative and charming, the Double Yellow-Headed Amazon parrot. When it reaches maturity, the Double Yellow-Headed Amazon usually measures between 15 and 17 inches from its beak to the tip of its tail, making it one of the larger parrot varieties. As its name suggests, it has a yellow head, and the rest of its body is the familiar parrot green. Double Yellow-Headed Amazons can live to be more than 60 years old, which makes them good longtime companions. But before you buy one of these birds, get to know a little about them to ensure they’re the right pet for you.
Our babies are very intelligent and imaginative bird. Also, an unattended bird has a tendency to chew on the household furniture. Double yellow-headed Amazon parrots have headstrong, lively personalities and can be quite gregarious with both people and birds. Flashy, intelligent and full of the joys of life, these parrots happily thrive in a family with an active lifestyle. They easily learn tricks and various commands, and respond willingly for praise or a treat. Comical and bold, Double yellow-headed Amazon parrots are rarely shy. They can be willful, however, and need an owner capable of accepting their strong personality.