The Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot is a small, bright-green-feathered bird resident to Singapore, Southern Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
They’re not easy to spot (they’re usually no more than 15cm in length) and move very quickly, although they have been spotted in a spread of locations around our sunny island before.
Males have a blue patch of feathers at the top of their heads and a red “moustache” on their chests. Female hanging parrots don’t have as pronounced a blue patch, and have no red moustaches. Both enjoy literally hanging upside down from branches of trees, though.