Jardine parrots should be correctly called Jardine’s parrots and they are native to the region around Central Africa where they can be found inhabiting lowland forest areas.
Although there are more striking species of parrot, the Jardine’s parrot is considered by most to be one of the more beautiful African parrots.
They have vibrant green wings edged with a little black. They have a brownish/black coloring under their wings and their tail is also a brownish black color. The main part of their body is green with some yellow influence and they have a splash of red/orange on their heads although this is missing from younger birds and may actually turn a little yellow on more mature birds. Depending on the sub-species there may well also be some red coloration around the wings and leg feathers also.
Source: Parrot Advice Guide