Cinnamon Green-cheeked Conure

The cinnamon green-cheeked conure mutation is a extremely common in captivity and can be told apart from dilutes by their warm-toned feathers. It is also present in the hypoxantha subspecies. Sun exposure can result in “sun bleaching” (pictured second), where light pied-like markings appear on the wings. They were first discovered in America in the 1980s.

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