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Hyacinth macaw

Hyacinth macaw

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Scientific Name:

Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus


Brazil, eastern Bolivia, Paraguay.


Mostly palm nuts, sometimes also fruits and snails.


Habitat: Tropical rainforest, palm savannas

Incubation: 27-30 days / 2-3 eggs

Social structure: Pairs or small flocks

Weight: 1435–1695gr

Dimensions: height 1m, wing span 1.27m

Lifespan: ~50

Estimated population in the wild: 4,300

Threats: illegal hunting for pet trade, meat and feathers, habitat loss.

IUCN Status: Vulnerable

Did you know that:

  1. The hyacinth macaw is the largest of all parrots.
  2. They serve an important role in their ecosystems by dispersing seeds throughout their territory.
  3. Their voice can be heard up to a kilometer away.

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