The Black-headed Parrot , also known as the Black-headed Caique, Black-capped Parrot or Pallid Parrot , is one of the two species in the genus Pionites of the Psittacidae family; the other species being the allopatric White-bellied Parrot.
It is found in forest (especially, but not exclusively, humid) and nearby wooded habitats in the Amazon north of the Amazon River and west of the Ucayali River in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela. It is generally fairly common and occurs in many protected areas throughout its range.
It is most often found in pairs or small noisy flocks of up to 10 individuals, but sometimes up to 30. In the wild, they eat mostly flowers, pulp, and seeds and possibly insects.[source]