The blue-fronted amazon (amazona aestiva) is a South American parrot.
The blue-fronted amazon measures about 37 cm in lenght. Its plumage is green with a yellow patch on the face, and the front is blue. This parrot has red patches on shoulders and at the base of the first five primary remiges. The bill is very heavy and strong and its color is black, while feets are gray.
The blue-fronted amazon feeds mainly on fruit and seeds. It lives in tropical forests from Brazil to Bolivia, Peru and Argentina. It is a very common species and isn't considered endangered. Due to its playful habits and sharp intelligence, the blue-fronted amazon is often kept as kept.