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The blue and yellow macaw, also called a blue and gold macaw, is a large parrot with bluish-teal top features and yellow-gold coloring underneath. It has a mostly white face with black markings and a green crown.
Its native habitat is tropical South America.
This is a striking bird that eats mostly nuts, berries, and fruits, although from the size of its beak, it might be known to tackle a finger if one got too close! This specimen was seen at Ardastra Gardens, Zoo, and Conservation Centre, in Nassau, Bahamas.