Each St. Vincent Amazon can be recognized by its unique coloration on its face and body. You can find them in forests, and they eat plants, fruits, seeds, and nuts.
- Scientific Name: Amazona guildingii
- Range: St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Status in the Wild: Vulnerable
- Location in the Zoo: Birds of the World
- Cool Animal Fact: In 1972, the Houston Zoo was the first in the world to hatch this species in captivity.