The Blue-fronted Amazon (Amazona aestiva), is a species of a parrot that is one of the most common parrots kept in captivity as a pet. It is also known as the Turquoise-fronted Amazon or Blue-fronted Parrot Its name derives from the distinctive blue marking over its beak.

They are mostly found in Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and northern Argentina. Their talking ability is ranked third among birds when compared to African Grey Parrots or Yellow-naped Parrots. The males tend to be slightly more aggressive, than the females.