|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|he Cayman Islands parrots are two sub-species of the Cuban Parrot (Amazona Leucocephala).|
Cayman's parrots have iridescent green feathers with darker edges over the body, a white eye ring, red cheeks, black ear patches and brilliant blue wing feathers which are only obvious when the bird is in flight. The tail has blue outer edges, with some red and yellowish-green underneath.
The Grand Cayman Parrot (Amazona leucocephala caymanensis) also has a pink flush to its whitish forehead.
The Cayman Brac Parrot (Amazona leucocephala hesterna) is slightly smaller, with more black trim on its green feathers. The crown is pure white, and there is a large maroon area on the abdomen. It is now found only on Cayman Brac. Although it used to inhabit Little Cayman, it was apparently wiped out from there by the 1932 hurricane.
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They are beautiful! ... the photo is filled with solid colors and an exposure level that seems appropriate. The composition is very good and is pleasing to the eye. Good work. Welcome to TN, we expect to see more jobs yours.