Red And Green Macaw
The Red and Green Macaw (Ara chloropterus) is also known as the Green-winged Macaw and is a large bird that is the largest member of the Ara family of Macaws and found across South America.
The Red and Green can be differentiated from the Scarlet Macaw quite easily just by sight. While both birds have a red breast, this bird has green upper wing coverts and some yellow feathers above this. There are red lines around the eyes made by tiny feathers on otherwise white skin and there are iridescent teal feathers on the tail. When seen together, the Red and Green are clearly somewhat bigger than its Scarlet cousin is.