IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)

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The Cuban Amazon may be seen in pairs or in small flocks (6), and breeding occurs from March to June (2). Two to six eggs are laid per clutch, which are incubated for 26 to 28 days, and the nestling period lasts 56 to 60 days (2). Cuban Amazon feed on the fruits and seeds of a wide variety of plants, including cultivated fruit such as mango and papaya, as well as stems, blossoms and buds (2).


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