|Wallace's Hanging Parrot|
|Common Name||Flores Hanging Parrot|
|Range||island of Flores.|
This is an arboreal parrot. The male is predominantly green, with a red bill, a red spot on the throat, orange legs and dark red nape, bright red rump and uppertail-coverts. The female has the red on the throat reduced or absent.
This parrot qualifies as Endangered as it has a very small range and population. The main threat is habitat destruction. The current population is estimated at between 2500 and 10000.
It is named after Alfred Russel Wallace, a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, and biologist.