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Scarlet macaw is an iconic animal in the most part of america. Soaring through the canopy, these large parrots fill the forests with their loud vocalizations, crack nuts and unripened fruits with their powerful beaks, and spend hours preening the feathers of their lifelong mates. Due its well known pattern in colombia is called flag macaw. But far from what it seems and even classified as a «least concern» by the IUCN the scarlet macaw is threatened by habitat loss and and illegal traffic.
Scarlet macaws are one of the largest macaw species, averaging 2.7 feet (33 inches) in length. Males and females have similar plumage, being covered mostly in large red feathers, with yellow and blue feathers on their wings. They have large curved bills and a featherless area around their face, and their eyes are either light yellow (for adults) or grey (for juveniles).
It is found from southeastern Mexico, through Central America, in Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyanas, and Brazil.
It lives in humid land forests and is often seen in forests near riverbanks. It is also often found in dry forests and mangroves.
Scarlet macaws are mostly vegetarian, predominantly eating nuts, seeds, leaves, and fruits. They occasionally eat insects.
hey typically nest in natural or previously excavated cavities in trees, where the female will incubate a clutch of 1-2 eggs for an average of 28 days. After hatching, both parents feed the chicks 4 to 15 times a day.
As highly social animals, scarlet macaws are rarely alone in the wild. They live in family groups or in pairs, and they form lifelong monogamous bonds with their mates. While many parrots remain with their mate only during the breeding season, scarlet macaw pairs stay together year-round.
It is classified as a species of least concern