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Green-wing 16

 

 

    A pair of Green-winged in flight

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 17

 

   

 

                A pair of Green-winged Macaws in flight

                - closeup-

 

 

Green-wing 18

 

   

    A breeding pair threat display as they guard

     their nest cavity

 

 

 

Green-wing 19

 

    A breeding pair threat inspect their empty nest

 

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 20

 

    A breeding pair guard their empty nest.

     Soon they will have eggs

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 21

 

   

            A breeding pair guard their empty nest.

              Soon they will have eggs

 

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 22

 

    A breeding pair guard their nest in a dead

    "babacu" palm (Attelea speciosa)

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 23

 

   

    Green-winged Macaws mating (copulating) in a palm

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 24

 

    Green-winged Macaws watching the action below   

    their nest tree

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 25

 

   

    Green-winged Macaw pair flyover

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 26

 

   

    Green-winged Macaw pair rests in the midday heat

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 27

 

  

    Green-winged Macaws guard their nest tree in a dead palm

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 28

 

    Green-winged Macaws fiercely defend their nest from an

    attempted take-over by larger Hyacinth Macaws

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 29

 

    Green-winged Macaws fiercely defend their nest from an

    attempted take-over by larger Hyacinth Macaws

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 30

   

    Green-winged Macaws fiercely defend their nest from an

    attempted take-over by larger Hyacinth Macaws

 

 

 

 

Green-wing 31

   

    A Green-winged Macaw gets in one last lick as it

    fiercely defend his nest from an attempted

    take-over by larger Hyacinth Macaws

 

 

 

Green-wing 32

   

 

    A pair of Green-wings fly in formation with

     a lone Hyacinth macaw

 

 

 

Green-wing 33

   

 

    A pair of Green-wings atop their dead nest palm tree

 

 

Green-wing 34

   

 

    Green-wings at the entrance to their nest in a   

     dead palm tree

 

 

 

Green-wing 35

   

 

    Green-wings fly back to their nest tree,

     shoulder to shoulder

 

 

 

Green-wing 36

   

 

    Green-wings in flight as they chase intruders   

     from their territory

 

 

 

Green-wing 37

   

    Two baby Green-wing chicks in their natural

     nest in a manduvi tree.

     Also the preferred nest tree of the Hyacinth

     macaws in this portion of the Pantanal.

 

 

Green-wing 38

   

 

    A baby Green-wing chick in its natural nest

     in a manduvi tree

 

 

Green-wing 39

   

            A Green-wing chick in its natural nest high in

               a manduvi tree

               This chick fledged the following week.

 

 

 

 

 

          

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