Alexandrine Parrot Breeders List with Contact Details. The Alexandrine Parrot comes from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Southeats Asia. It's diet consists of fruit, seeds and blossoms. In the wild it lives in forests, open woodlands and in cultivation. Conservation wise it is not under threat and is classified as of "Least Concern". Trapping pressure to cater to the demands of the pet trade have caused a drastic decline in this species. It nests in holes in large trees and lays 2 to 4 eggs. (Wikipedia 2007).
It is maily green and measures between 56 and 62 cm with a tail up to 35cm. The male's head is green with grey-blue cheeks and nape. There is a broad black neck ring and broad pink nape band. There is a brownish-red shoulder patch and the tail is yellow-tipped bluish-green. The bill is yellow-tipped red. Females and young birds lack the black neck ring and pink nape band and are duller. (Wikipedia 2007).