|Ara macao||Order: Psittaciformes||Family: Psittacidae (New World and African Parrots)|
This magnificent parrot, found in humid evergreen forests of Central and South America from southeastern Mexico through Amazonian South America, was one of the species originally named and described by Linnaeus in 1758. It mates for life; pairs remain together year-round.
Laura's Published Works
- Macaws 2000