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This macaw is part of the macaw breeding center and released program in Costa Rica, MACAW SANCTUARY EL MANANTIAL, thanks to the community of Aranjuez this macaws can be wild.
Scarlet Macaws inhabit humid lowland subtropical rain forests, open woodlands, river edges, and savannas. In Central American the range extends from extreme eastern and southern Mexico and Panama and two isolated regions on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica; the Carara National Park and Peninsula de Osa.
Spotted on Nov 19, 2013
Submitted on Nov 19, 2013