The Orange-Winged Amazon Parrot is mainly green with blue and yellow feathers on the forehead and crown, yellow-orange on the cheeks, some orange on the underside of the wings, and a gray-black beak and gray feet. They are found mostly in northern and central South America. They habitat in forests, damp woodland, mangrove swaps, and bamboo clumps. Their diets are seeds, fruit, vegetables, cheese, and chicken. They are considered to have an endangered status and tend to live for 40 to 80 years.