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Author 'Nicoledesplat' (Id 102100 ) : The military macaw is a parrot species of macaws. Its weight is 900gr, he can live more than 50 years. He also is endangered. This parrot green front and red tail blue turquoise. Its legs are dark gray, black beak and iris yellow. It nests in holes excavated by woodpeckers and cavities in limestone cliffs. The female usually lays 2 or 3 eggs and incubation lasts between 25 and 28jrs. It eats fruit, nuts and tender buds. It is driven by the harpy eagle. He lives in mountains in temperate semi-arid and tropical forests, near streams. He also frequents the coastal zone. During the summer, it can be found at altitudes up to 2 500m. In winter it descends into the deep ravines. He lives in western Mexico to Bolivia, north-west of Argentina and the extreme west of Venezuela.

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EXIF : Brand: Canon | Camera: Canon PowerShot A510
Aperture: f/5.5 | Exposure time: 1/30 s | Focal: 23.2 mm | Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Non défini () | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 11/08/2009 16:25:58
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> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Dec 10, 2009
Very nice picture of this pair of macaws, their plumage is magnificent. Thank you. : 3:
> Author Nicoledesplat [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 09, 2009
It's a couple unfortunate that the female has not turned to the image, usually fly in pairs, sometimes in groups. This ara can also soar. Its beak is well adapted to the mode of travel (it uses third leg when climbing). Its feathers are multicolored ornaments still sought by the Indians. These parrots are often threatened by the trafficking of animals.
> Gigicocker [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 09, 2009
Thank you for this beautiful picture of these macaws that I had the opportunity to admire. They have great color. : 4:
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