Buffon Macaw

Ara ambigua

Larger cousins of the Military Macaw, these unusual beauties are distinguished by their overall more massive body and beak, a yellowish tone to the green feathers, plus orange rather than burgundy tail feathers. They also have a rather more placid and gentle nature.

Rare in the wild - and indeed in captivity too - these birds should only be considered as pets if kept in pairs and then given the opportunity to breed when mature.

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