A collection of the different kinds and types of parrots. Enjoy!
LEARN HOW TO DRAW A PARROT STEP BY STEP
If a bright green colored Parrot is something you are familiar with then you will be amazed that there are around 372 types of Parrots around the world. All of them are brightly colored but not specifically green all the time. Today, let’s start by drawing the common type of parrot. Get ready with your paper/pencil/paintbrush/pen and get started to be an artist.
Step 1: Start with the body in oval shape with an inward curve at one end for neck.
Step 2: Complete the head of the Parrot and draw an eye just like the human eye.
Step 3: Draw wings and complete the body.
Step 4: Make the tail of feathers at the rear end.
Step 5: Draw a curved beak that is very typical of Parrots.
Step 6: Draw one leg with long nails and three fingers.
Step 7: Draw another leg similar to the first alongside the first leg.
Step 8: Color your parrot bright green with hints of orange here and there.
Wasn’t it easy to draw these birds that are considered to be the most intelligent birds on earth. If you wish to draw other objects as well you can click on the videos and step by step lessons and be an artist well appreciated.
Seeds are the best food for Parrots however, they can eat fruits, flowers, nectar and small insects as well. Parrots have a knack to imitate the human voice and are therefore much loved by human beings. The most interesting part of Parrots is that they can bring their food to their mouth while eating, something that only they can do.
Parrots are colorful, lively and playful pets. There are more than 350 different types of parrots; they range in color from vibrant red and green to stately gray and black, and can be quite small (about 3 inches or almost 8 centimeters) or quite large (up to 40 inches or more than 100 centimeters). When given plenty of living space, exercise and positive attention, these extremely intelligent birds are very affectionate toward their owners. Most parrots have an uncanny ability to mimic human voices, as well as other sounds. Don’t be surprised if your parrot begins to imitate a barking dog, a mewing cat or even your cell phone’s distinctive ring.
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