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Parrots travel in flocks. They communicate by shrieking, squawking, or twittering. Parrots feed mostly on plant parts, including blossoms, buds, fruit, leaves, nuts, pollen, and seeds. A few parrot species also eat small invertebrates, such as insects and mollusks. Parrots generally nest in holes they find in trees or in rock crevices. Some parrots dig burrows in banks or cliffs. Parrots tend to be monogamous, and the largest species mate for life. In most species, the female incubates the egg, during which time she is fed by the male.