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Please make sure you read up on the Green Cheek personality and remember that the various mutations are just different clothes on the same body.

"AWWWWWWWWWW!!!...isn't she cute???"


The Cinnamons look like a pastel-Yellow Sided. If you look closely at their intricate coloring, you can see the tiny bits of yellow and red on their bellies...just like the Yellow Sided. Even the blue on their wings and the green on their backs is diluted. They, also, are a member of the Pyrrhura family.
The Cinnamons do not vary as much in their color as the Yellow Sideds do, but the degree or red on their bellies does show some differences.



They love to be cuddled and are very interactive. They are also playful and happy!


When we first take the babies from Momma to feed them at about 18-22 days (this depends on the parents and number of babies), it is rather hard to tell if they are going to be Yellow Sideds, Cinnamons, Normals, etc...etc. However, it can be done. When they are babies (and throughout their lives) the Normals have dark feet and dark fuzz and the Cinnamons and Yellow Sideds have pink feet and white fuzz.'re probably wondering, "Then how do they tell the Cinnamons and Yellow Sideds apart?" That is just as simple. Remember how the Cinnamons are lighter than the Yellow Sideds? When they are babies, they Yellow Sideds fuzz is snow white and the Cinnamons is peachy almost pinkish! It is really fun to feed out a clutch of Yellow Sideds and Cinnamons!


This picture really shows the difference between a Yellow Sided baby and a Cinnamon baby. The 3rd baby from the left and the 5th baby from the left are Yellow Sideds. See how white their fuzz is? The 4th baby from either side is a Cinnamon...see how her fuzz is peachy? (All the rest of the babies are Normal Green learn more about them, click on the bird! )
One of our talented Green Cheek owners painted a picture of this gorgeous Cinnamon. If you are interested in having your favorite fid painted, contact Karen at  or at (928) 536-5121. She painted this from me sending her a digital picture of our Cinnamon. (Also, visit our Yellow Sided Green Cheek page to see another amazing picture by her!)

This is one of out Cinnamons in her harness. This one had a very cute name...can you guess? Woodstock!

Both these toddlers are sleepy...aren't they sweet?!?!

They, as well as all Green Cheeks, make awesome family pets. Another great thing about Green Cheeks is that they are not loud! They will call in their high pitched little squeaks when they want food or attention, but other than that, they just make happy, low, guttural noises!

Here are more articles about Green Cheeks on our website:

Regarding Green Cheek Conures:

A very accurate description of the Green Cheek personality

Watch our last baby of 2007 fly to us when we call her.

How well do Green Cheeks talk? Watch a Video.

A very cool picture sequence called "The miracle of Green Cheeks!"

How does a Green Cheek sleep? A very funny picture sequence.

What to do if your Green Cheek, or any parrot, is biting

Read answers to the question....Just How Nippy is Your Green Cheek??

Watch the "restraint technique" that helps retrain some biters

Green cheek nursery videos

Green Cheek Explosion! How to pack a Green cheek?!?!

See a Green Cheek Conure Go For a Car Ride in Her Flight Suit.

Word of Warning to all Green Cheek Buyers. What happens when the lights go out?


Breeding Green Cheeks:

Breeding Green Cheeks

Early identification of what mutation your Green Cheek will be

Chart: shows the transmission of the Yellow Sided, Cinnamon and Pineapple genes

What does a fertile egg look like? See a fertile Green Cheek egg!

DNA Sexing Your Baby

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