Take Care of the Female
Due to the male being extremely vicious when confined to small spaces with other Blue-Fronted Amazons, the two should be kept separated normally and when breeding is a need, both should be kept in a larger cage to accommodate their needs.
Keep Attachment Issues in Mind
Blue-Fronted Amazons are special parrots and do not breed with just any one of their kind. They look for that special someone and may be choosy about who it is most of the time. Confirming their gender is the first step, because both male and female Blue-Fronted Amazons look the same.
Even though both may live together, breeding may not be something they ever do, but if done, the couple should be kept together forever because it will be a lifelong thing between them.
Area and Feed is Key
A large nest box is extremely important for the parrots and should be at least 40 inches in height and 14 inches in width. All of the grass, feathers and other fibres should be placed inside to provide a comfortable living space for the parrot.
Fruits and vegetables are key to helping them maintain a proper diet along with cheese and eggs along with enough water on a daily basis.
Breeding season for the bird is usually kicked off in April or May and may last till June depending on the couple. The Blue-Fronted Amazon is able to breed when reaching the age of three but four is recommended. Incubation of the eggs may take anywhere from 25-30 days and can be two to four at one time.