Incubation Data for Amazon Parrots

Double Yellow Headed Amazon Parrot called

Sup-species

Blue fronted Amazons (Amazona aestiva aestiva)

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    • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

    Bodin’s or Bodinus’ Amazons (Amazona festiva bodina)

    • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 28 days

    Bronze-winged Pionus / Parrots (Pionus chalcopterus)

    • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 27 days

    Cuban Amazons (Amazona leucocephala leucocephala)

    • 3 – 5 eggs that are incubated for about 24 – 28 days

    Culebra Island Amazons Amazona vittata gracilipes

    • 2 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 25 – 27 days

    Dominican Amazons or Red-necked Amazon Parrots(Amazona arausiaca)

    • 1 – 3 eggs that are incubated for about 28 days

    Double-yellow Heads or Mexican Double Yellow-head Amazons (Amazona ocrocephala oratrix)

    • 2 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

    Equador Amazons or Lesson’s Amazons (Amazona autumnalis lilacina)

    • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

    Festive Amazons (Amazona festiva festiva)

    • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 28 days

    Finsch’s Amazons (Amazona finschi)

    • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

    Green-cheeked or Red-crowned Amazons (Amazona viridigenalis)

    • 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

    Hispaniolan Amazon Parrots or San Domingo Amazons (Amazona ventralis)

    • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 25 – 29 days

    Imperial Amazons (Amazona imperialis)

    • 1 – 2 eggs

    Mealy Amazons (Amazona farinosa farinosa)

    • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 24 – 28 days

    Orange-winged Amazons (Amazona amazonica amazonica)

    • 3 – 5 eggs that are incubated for about 25 – 27 days

    Panama Yellow-fronted Amazon Parrots or simply Panama Amazons (Amazona ochrocephala panamensis)

    • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

    Red-browed Amazons (Amazona rhodocorytha)

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      • 4 eggs that are incubated for about 24 days

      Red-lored Parrots, also known as Primrose-cheeked Amazons (Amazona autumnalis autumnalis)

      • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

      Red-tailed Amazons (Amazona brasiliensa)

      • 2 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

      Saint Vincent Amazon Parrots or Guilding’s Amazons (Amazona guildingi)

      • 2 – 3 eggs that are incubated for about 25 – 26 days

      Salvin’s Amazons (Amazona autumnalis salvini)

      • 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

      Spectacled or White-fronted Amazons (Amazona albifrons albifrons)

      • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 24 – 26 days

      Tucuman Amazons (Amazona tucumana)

      • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 23 – 27 days

      Vinaceous Amazons (Amazona vinacea)

      • 2 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 28 days

      White-fronted Amazons (Amazona albifrons albifrons)

      1. 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 24 – 26 days

      Yellow-billed Amazon Parrots or Red-throated Amazons (Amazona collaria)

      • 2 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

      Yellow-crowned or Yellow-fronted Amazons (Amazona ochrocephala ocrocephala)

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        • 2 – 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

        Yellow-faced Amazons (Amazona xanthops)

        • 2 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

        Yellow-lored Amazons (Amazona xantholora)

        • 3 – 5 eggs that are incubated for about 26 days

        Yellow-naped Amazons (Amazona ochrocephala auropalliata)

        • 2 – 3 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

        Yellow-shouldered Amazons (Amazona barbadensis barbadensis)

        • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 26 – 28 days

        Yellow-winged Amazons (Amazona aestiva xanthopteryx)

        • 3 – 4 eggs that are incubated for about 25 days

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