Buy Green-winged Macaw
Range in wild:
It occurs over much of the northern half of South America, except the eastern area, as far south as Paraguay, also eastern Panama in Central America.
The range of the Green-winged Macaw is still extensive but has declined significantly.
It is already extinct in Argentina and south-eastern Brazil, due to deforestation and destruction of river banks in which it often nested.
A stronghold of this Macaw is the Tambopata-Candamo Reserved Zone in Peru, bounded by the Bolivian border, and created in 1990. I was fortunate to visit the area in 2003.
The clay lick at the Heath River is one of the best places in South America to observe the Green-wing. The lick consists of an exposed bank of yellowish clay about 5m high, topped with tall straggly white-barked trees and lower vegetation. The branches of some of the trees were bare, no doubt stripped over the years by visiting Macaws.