Quaker Parrots (also called Quaker Parakeets & Monk Parakeet) are a small breed of parrots, measuring only 12 inches from beak to tip of tail. In captivity and average of 20 years but can live up to and over 30 years with proper diet & care. They come in a few different colors but are generally found with green feathers on the outer body and gray feathers on the chest & stomach. Other mutations include the albino, yellow albino, yellow, gray, brown, sky blue, bright blue and various mixtures of green. Quakers are a very playful, social and friendly. They also have the ability to speak (human spoken words) surprising well for their size. They also recognize how to use words properly which shows their intelligence. Quakers are relatively easy to train with proper reinforcement and a little patients.