He lives every type of moist deciduous forest, from primary forests to secondary ones; the gallery forests to savannah woodlands; Nor is it uncommon to see him in city parks and in cropland. During the day he lives in pairs or in small family bands; evening rather large flocks, even more than 1000 individuals, gather on giant trees dormitory. During the breeding pairs tend to isolate themselves more but that is quite common on a large tree more couples will find a cavity to nest.
Breeding season is from November to April in their natural distribution range. Average clutch size is 2–4 eggs measuring 34.0 x 26.9 mm (1 x 1.3 in). The average incubation period is 28 days usually starting with the laying of the second egg. The chicks fledge around seven weeks of age. they are cared for, educated and reared for about the 21 following days (3 weeks) and are typically weaned between 3 to 4 months (12 to 16 weeks) of age.