Green Cheek Conures are members of the Pyrrhura family and are commonly found to inhabit forests from west-central and southern Mato Grosso, Brazil, through northern and eastern Bolivia to northwestern Argentina.
The original green cheek is a emerald green coloured bird with a grey head and maroon underbelly and tail. As with most species of birds though new mutations arise and it is two of these rarer varieties that I am most interested in.
The latest additions to our aviaries have been the Pineapple, the Cinnamon and Green Cheek Conure. At this stage I have included some pictures of these gorgeous mutations but in the near future I intend to devote a whole webpage to each that will give more information and pictures, as well as keep you updated on our breeding program and what is available for sale.
Young Pineapple Green Cheek hen (she is not fully coloured as yet)