The Peach-fronted Parakeet is an inhabitant of savanna, gallery forest and cerrado from Suriname to south to northern Argentina, and west to extreme southeastern Peru. The Peach-fronted Parakeet has a peachy orange forehead and midcrown; a pale orange orbital ring; dull blue wings, tail and hindcrown; and olive brown cheeks and underparts that fade to yellow-green on the undertail coverts. This parakeet is superficially similar to the Orange-fronted Parakeet (Aratinga canicularis), and the two may form a superspecies; but the Orange-fronted Parakeet is confined to Central America, and there is no geographic overlap between the two. Peach-fronteds spend much of their time foraging on the ground where they feeds on seeds, flowers, leaves and insects. At times Peach-fronted Parakeets also raid fields of soybeans, rice and corn.