The most important feature of the Eclectus Parrot is probably the different external coloring of the sexes. Contrary to almost all other types of bird, in the case of this wax beaked parrot species, the female animal is strikingly feathered in red, whereas the male is predominantly green in color and thus well camouflaged against the leafage of the dense forests. Although these parrots are very prevalent in the rain forests of their geographic range, they are very difficult to observe due to their wariness. Small troops of Electus Parrots go searching through the treetops for fruit and seeds. They are considered to be strong fliers and have a lifespan of up to thirty years. If you are a collector of world coins with an interest in birds or the environment then this unique Crown with a prism applique of a Red Parrot is for you!