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Important Note !!!

The Red -fronted Macaw is the third rarest macaw in the wild.

Approximately 500 remain in three narrow grren river valley bottoms of 

the dry, parched Andean foothills of central Bolivia. 

Habitat loss due to agriculture is a major problem.

Click on a image to enlarge            All images from the Mizque River Valley, Bolivia

Red Fronts 1


    Red-Fronted Macaws Feeding and Playing,

         Mizque Valley, Bolivia





Red Fronts 2


     Red-Fronted Macaws Drinking from the Mizque River,

        Mizque Valley, Bolivia





Red Fronts 3


    Red-Fronted Macaws flying past their nest site in

    the nesting cliffs





 Red Fronts 4    


    Red-Fronted Macaws surveying the Mizque Valley






 Red Fronts 5     


    Red-Fronted Macaw Landing in tree on hillside

        overlooking the Mizque Valley





 Red Fronts 6    


    Red-Fronted Macaws feeding and playing,

        Mizque Valley





Red Fronts 7


   60 Red-Fronted Macaws in a single tree






Red Fronts 8


   Red-Fronted Macaw landing in treetop






Red Fronts 9


   Red-Fronted Macaws perched on the nesting cliffs






Red Fronts 10


   Red-Fronted Macaw habitat,

        Mizque River Valley





Red Fronts 11


   Red Fronts eating corn in farmers field






Red Fronts 12


   Red-Fronted Macaws Drinking from the

   Mizque River





Red Fronts 13


   Red-Fronted Macaw pair perched in front

   of their nest cliff





Red Fronts 14


   Red-Fronted Macaw pair perched in front

   of their nest in the nesting cliffs





Red Fronts 15


    Red-Fronted Macaw feeding in tree top





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