WHAT THEY EAT
They mainly eat a large variety of fruits, as well as seeds and nuts, but have been known to occasionally eat meat.
Nest sites are used for extended periods of time. The female can guard a nest site for up to 9 months before laying two eggs. It has also been suggested that, unlike most monogamous parrots, Eclectus parrots have a different social structure with females being fed and protected by several males.