Native to New Guinea, the brown lory (Chalcopsitta duivenbodei), also called Duyvenbode's lory, is dark brown with a yellow ring around the head and a hooked, blackish beak. The Brown Lory is one of only two species of parrot that are predominently brown, the other being the Dusky Lory – the Brown Lory has a larger head, a black rather than red bill, and lacks the yellow collar and reddish underparts of the Dusky Lory. It is found in lowland forest and semi-open areas.
Brown / Duyvenbode's lory