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Where Can I See Macaws in Peru?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 16, 2017 5:00:00 AM / by Pat ODonnell posted in Tambopata Research Center, Tambopata, macaws, scarlet macaw, blue-and-yellow macaw, birdwatching, Tambopata National Reserve

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Macaws are one the first birds than come to mind when we dream about a trip to beautiful, tropical locales. However, despite images of these big, beautiful birds gracing the pages and ads of island getaways and tropical resorts, those aren't the places where they naturally occur. Although they are popular pets, in nature, these big parrots are birds of wild tropical forest habitats, and the heart of their range is situated in the Amazon rainforest.

 

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How studying Macaws can save the Amazon

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 11, 2014 12:00:00 AM / by Jeff Cremer posted in macaws

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How studying Macaws can save the Amazon

It’s one of the most stunning sights in the Peruvian rainforest. Every morning, just after sunrise, a riot of rainbows swoops down on the world’s largest avian clay lick in the southern jungle of Peru.

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Macaw Chick Update

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 18, 2013 3:00:00 PM / by Phil Torres posted in Tambopata wildlife, macaws, birds

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When It’s Macaws Breeding Season, Researchers Get To Action

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 1, 2013 12:00:00 AM / by Phil Torres posted in macaws, amazon wildlife

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By studying these populations, their breeding, and their genetics, researchers can arm themselves with the knowledge necessary to keep populations from going extinct. The information gathered here in non-threatenedTambopata- for example, successful artificial nest designs-  can be used in areas where macaws are endangered, like Costa Rica and Mexico.

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The Tambopata Macaw Project: 2012 Update

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 16, 2012 12:00:00 AM / by Rainforest Expeditions Team posted in Tambopata wildlife, macaws

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The Tambopata Macaw Project: 2012 Update

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6 Incredibly Important Pictures of Baby Macaws

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 13, 2004 8:00:00 AM / by Phil Torres posted in rainforest wildlife, macaws

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Because the world needs more adorable macaws.

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Red-and-green macaw still working on its colors.
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