Parrots are one of the rarest monsters in Minecraft and only appear in forest biomes. They are harmless, passive monsters that fly for a short time when attacked. In Minecraft, they can be found in cyan, green, blue, red, or gray. Parrots can be tamed by feeding them seeds from beets, squash, wheat, or melon. Once tamed, they sit on the player’s shoulders, mimicking the sounds of crowds found near the player. Parrots have been added in Minecraft Bedrock version 1.2 and Minecraft Java Edition version 1.12. Parrots are some of the rarest monsters in the game and only appear in the jungle biome in a way a bit like Ocelot. They are passive and harmless monsters that fly for a short time when attacked. They are also known to be attracted to other crowds (including aggressive mobs). Minecraft currently has five unique parrot colors (cyan, green, blue, red, and gray). Once you have found a parrot, all you have to do is give it the seeds you have collected. But giving them seeds is not enough. Continue to feed the birds and be sure to interact with them as well. When the bird is finally tamed, you will notice that many red hearts appear around it. Now you can stop giving it to them. Putting a parrot on your shoulder is a lot of fun, but catching it can be a real challenge for many players. There are two simple tips for achieving this. The first trick is to dive into the water and the second trick is to grab a fishing rod.