Blue-and-yellow Macaws

Bird Watchers’ Corner

Blue-and-yellow Macaws usually mate for life. They prefer to nest in dead palm trees as is the case here in the Botanical Gardens and they feed on a wide range of fruits, particularly palm nuts and leafbuds.

A pair of Blue-and-yellow Macaws (Ara ararauna) in the Botanical Gardens, Georgetown.  (Photo by Kester Clarke / www.kesterclarke.net)
A pair of Blue-and-yellow Macaws (Ara ararauna) in the Botanical Gardens, Georgetown. (Photo by Kester Clarke / www.kesterclarke.net)

 

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