The grey-headed parakeet (Psittacula finschii) is found in Southeast Asia from north-eastern India to Vietnam.
Its face is grey/green, and the rest of its head is dull green with faint pale green band below cheeks to hind crown and its wing are patch absent and has a long tail.
The global population size is not known, but this bird is reported to be uncommon in China, with varying statuses everywhere else.
Psittacula finschii is found in elevations of up to 2,700 meters in forests consisting of oak, teak, pine, and cedar trees. It also resides on deciduous forest hillsides, farmland with scattered trees.
The grey headed parakeet has a widely varied diet of different species of leaf buds, seeds, fruit, berries, and flowers. It is often seen in flocks or family parties, with larger groups reported. It is usually a resident bird, with some seasonal altitudinal movement in response to food availability.
The grey-headed parakeet is often captured in the exotic bird trade and many are locally kept as pets.
Conservation status: Near Threatened (IUCN 3.1)