Scientific Name: Eclectus roratus
Found In: Rainforests in Australia, Solomon Islands, New Guinea and Moluccas
Size: 15 – 19 inches long
Diet: Herbivore: fruits, nuts, seeds and flowers
Threat Level: Vulnerable: Habitat destruction and capture for the illegal wildlife trade are threats to this species.
Facts: This species is sexually dimorphic, meaning males and females look different; males are a vibrant, emerald green with red and blue underwings and an orange beak and females are bright red with dark purple under their wings and a black beak.