Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) are found high in the canopy of rainforest habitats below 1,000 m.

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) are found high in the canopy of rainforest habitats below 1,000 m.

Amazon Kingfisher, Chloroceryl amazona: Pixaim, Mato Grosso, BR | (c) Nick Athanas, antpitta.com

Amazon Kingfisher, Chloroceryl amazona: Pixaim, Mato Grosso, BR | (c) Nick Athanas, antpitta.com

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Parrot Conservation - Mexico’s Ban on Wild-Caught Parrots is Working

Scarlet Macaws,< < < thank You For Sharing your pictures >>>Blessings to You, Mitzi… :)

Show offs of the natural world: Vibrant colours and striking looks of some of the planet's most colourful animals | Mail Online

Show offs of the natural world: Vibrant colours and striking looks of some of the planet's most colourful animals

Show offs of the natural world: Vibrant colours and striking looks of some of the planet's most colourful animals | Mail Online

Paradise Tanager by holidayslush on Flickr* Ha ha he looks like a superhero!! Look at that mask! 'Is it a bird?'..erm yes... 'oh.. ok then but still.. 'its super tanager!!'

Paradise Tanager by holidayslush on Flickr* Ha ha he looks like a superhero!! Look at that mask! 'Is it a bird?'..erm yes... 'oh.. ok then but still.. 'its super tanager!!'

Amazon.com: 2012 new design New release temporary tattoo waterproof Swallow tattoo stickers: Beauty

Amazon.com: 2012 new design New release temporary tattoo waterproof Swallow tattoo stickers: Beauty

Amazon parrots have a reputation for being the great communicator when it comes to reading their body language. These birds seem to make good use of every feather to tell you when they are excited or aggressive; they fan out their tail feathers and fluff their head feathers. Combine this display with pinning eyes, and your Amazon couldn’t make himself any cleare

Amazon parrots have a reputation for being the great communicator when it comes to reading their body language. These birds seem to make good use of every feather to tell you when they are excited or aggressive; they fan out their tail feathers and fluff their head feathers. Combine this display with pinning eyes, and your Amazon couldn’t make himself any cleare

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