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The Red-and-Green Macaw is a large bird. It is of the genus ara and belongs to the order of parrots. Buy Red-and-Green Macaw. It is also called Green-winged Macaw. Its plumage is mostly red but the wings are blue and on their upper part there is a characteristic green band. Some blue feathers are mixed to the red ones on the tail. The Green-winged Macaw sometimes loose tiny red feathers around the face. Typical of an ara is the strong and large bill. The upper beak is pale with a black tip, whereas the lower beak is completely dark colored. Its strong toes are gray. The gender can’t be told easily because females and males don’t differ in their appearance.
The green-winged macaw is a large parrot covered with mostly red plumage. The wing and tail feathers are blue and green, hence its name. This macaw has a white naked face, striped with small red feathers. The beak is strongly hooked and the feet are zygodactylous (2 toes that point forward and 2 toes that point backward).
Size Approximately 65–92.5 cm (26–37 in); wingspan 102–122.5 cm (41–49 in).
Weight Approximately 1250–1700 g (43.8–59.5 oz.).
Diet Feeds on seeds, fruits, nuts, berries, leaves, salts and minerals of riverbanks.
Incubation Approximately 28 days.
Clutch Size Up to 3 eggs.
Fledgling Duration 90–100 days.
Sexual Maturity 3–4 years.
Life Span Up to 60–80 years.
Range Widely distributed throughout South America.
Habitat Found in tropical rain forests, savannas, and mangroves.
The Red-and-Green Macaw achieves a wingspan up to 125 centimeters and a weight up to 1700 grams and a totally body length up to 100 centimeters. Aside from the Hyacinth Macaw it is the biggest species of the macaw family. Young Red-and-Green Macaws differ from adults. In contrast to old individuals their iris is brown not yellow and the lower beak isn’t black but gray.
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