Amazon parrots are among the largest parrot species
Growing up to 18 inches in length from the beak to the ends of the tailfeathers, the Amazon parrot is one of the larger bird species commonly kept as pets. … Like other large parrots, Amazons need a variety of toys that they can throw, chew, climb, and swing on. Amazon Parrots look relatively similar, but their exact color patterns and sizes vary. Depending on the species, these birds measure between 10 and 16 in. long, and weigh up to 1.5 lbs. or so.
They are primarily green, though they have colorful feathers on their heads, necks, tails, and wings. Some have yellow feathers, while others have red, yellow, orange, white, or blue accents. Like all parrots, they have curved beaks, and zygodactyl feet with two toes facing forward and two backward.