Rainbow lorikeets, native to Australia and introduced to Tasmania, New Zealand, and Hong Kong, are beautiful parrots with green, orange, and blue feathers, nesting in hollows.

Crimson rosellas are medium-sized parrots native to Australia and introduced in New Zealand and Norfolk Island. They prefer wetter forests and nest in hollows. They have few predators.

Sun conures, vibrant yellow-orange parrots native to South America, are social, fast-flying, and vocal, but endangered due to habitat loss and pet trade.

Blue-fronted Amazons, known for their light blue forehead feathers, inhabit tropical and subtropical forests in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay, leaving nests 60 days after hatching.

Blue and gold macaws, native to Central and South America, are a popular parrot species with brilliant blue upper bodies, yellow lower bodies, and green forehead.

Galah parrots, also known as rose-breasted cockatoos, are a highly social species found in Australia, reaching 14 inches in length and weighing 270-350 grams.

Hyacinth macaw, the world's longest parrot, is found in southern Brazil and Bolivia, preferring open woodlands. Despite their calm temperament, they are vulnerable to habitat loss and pet trade.

The grand eclectus, native to Australia, Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea, and Maluku Islands, is a unique species with distinct male and female colors, defending their nests.

Dusky lories, native to New Guinea, are 10 inches long, 10 inches wide parrots found in tropical forests, consuming fruit, seeds, nectar, and buds.

The sulphur-yellow cockatoo, a large, beautiful parrot species found in Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia, has a distinctive sulphur-yellow crest, white plumage, and dark brown bill.