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Blue-Headed Macaw 1

   

   A Blue-Headed Macaw pair on the upper lick at Tambopata.

   The Blue-Headed Macaws use only the higher portion of the cliff face.

 

 

 

 

Blue-Headed Macaw 2

 

   Three Blue-Headed Macaws on the upper lick at Tambopata.

    The Blue-Headed Macaws use only the higher portion of the cliff face.

  

       

 

 

Blue-Headed Macaw 3

 

   Three Blue-Headed Macaws on the upper lick at Tambopata.

    The Blue-Headed Macaws use only the higher portion of the cliff face.

 

 

 

 

Blue-Headed Macaw 4

 

   Two Blue-Headed Macaws on the upper lick at Tambopata.

    The Blue-Headed Macaws use only the higher portion of the cliff face.

 

 

 

 

Blue-Headed Macaw 5

 

   The Tambopata clay lick along the Tambopata River.

    The Blue-Headed Macaws would be found in the upper shaded area

    of the exposed cliff face on the left below the trees.

 

 

 

 

Blue-Headed Macaw 6

 

   

    Six Blue-Headed Macaws are joined by two Severe Macaws

    on the upper clay lick

 

 

 

 

Blue-Headed Macaw 7

 

   

    Five Blue-Headed Macaws are joined by three Scarlets,

    two Blue and Golds and a lone Red-Bellied Macaw.

 

 

 

 

 

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