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Arara Azul Grande

Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus

Description:

This is another resident of the Sanctuary. The macaws are many arriving traffic with high malnutrition. They receive special care. They live free in the courtyard of the plow after being out of risk.

Notes:

There are three species that live in the Sanctuary. One with a high rate of stress to be many years in captivity. We may identify, by the absence of feathering at the top of the head.

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5 Comments

Aww what a great pic...he's smiling :)

DinDjarin
DinDjarin 9 years ago

WOW!!!, THIS IS THE SOPOTTING OF THE DAY!

DanielHernández
DanielHernández 9 years ago

wow

Valéria
Valéria 9 years ago

Is welcome. Be a volunteer and meet the project.

The MnMs
The MnMs 9 years ago

I am seeing your web site. Such a nice initiative! I will consider it for my future trips :-)

Valéria
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Valéria

Presidente Kennedy, Tocantins, Brazil

Spotted on Aug 4, 2012
Submitted on Aug 4, 2012

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