The Dusky Parrot (Pionus fuscus) can be found in northern South America, particularly in the Guianas, Venezuela and Brazil. It has a medium-wide gray eye-ring, a splay of cream-white feathers on its upper neck, a pinkish-red tinge to the belly, and red undertail coverts. The remiges and tail are blue, with the latter red at the base. Overall, the dusky parrot is a dark brownish-gray. This bird is an omnivore, but unlike other parrots, it is not known for talking – its range is limited to about 10 to 20 words.
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