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Red-Bellied Macaw 1

 

   

    Several Red-Bellied Macaws (lower right) share a clay lick

    with Mealy Amazons and Severe Macaws.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 2

 

   Nine Red-Bellied Macaws share a clay lick with Mealy Amazons

    and Severe Macaws.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 3

 

   

    Tambopata River and the Tambopata Clay Lick

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 4

 

   

    Red-Bellied Macaws share a roost tree above the clay lick with

    Mealy Amazons,Severe Macaws and one Blue and Gold Macaw

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 5

 

    Several Red-Bellied Macaws (lower left) share a clay lick with

     Mealy Amazons and Severe Macaws

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw  6

 

   

    A pair of adult Red-Bellied Macaws at their nest in a dead

    Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa)

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 7

 

    An adult Red-Bellied Macaw (left) with its fledgling (right) in

    a Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

    Note that the adults have a yellow facial patch and the young

    fledglings' patch is blanched

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw  8

 

   

    A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws in a Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa)

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 9

 

   

    A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws and their young fledgling in a

    Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa)

 

 

 

Red-Bellied Macaw 10

 

 

   A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws in flight

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 11

 

    A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws in flight

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 12

 

   

    Red-Bellied Macaws at an early morning roost tree

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 13

 

    A young fledgling (left) and parent at their nest in a

    dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa)

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 14

   

 

 

                 A fledgling Red-Bellied Macaw (left) and parent in a Mauritia Palm nest (Mauritia flexuosa)

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 15

 

 

               A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws and one of their fledgling (lower parrot) at their nest

 in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa)

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 16

   

    A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws and  their fledglings (two right parrots) at their nest

     in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

    The fledglings have blanched facial skin patch.

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 17 

 

   A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws and their fledglings (two right parrots) at their nest

    in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa). The two babies fledged within

    minutes of the photograph.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 18

 

             A pair of Red-Bellied Macaws and one of their fledglings (center) at their nest

                in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa). The this young parrot fledged

                within minutes of the photograph.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 19

 

    An adult Red-Bellied Macaw (left) and fledglings (right) at their nest

     in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa). The young parrot fledged

     within minutes of the photograph.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 20

 

    A Red-Bellied Macaws peers froma window in its nest in a dead

      Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 21

 

    A Red-Bellied Macaws peers from a window in its nest in a dead

     Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 22

 

   

                A family of Red-Bellied Macaws (parents in center) at their nest

                in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 23

 

   

    A family of Red-Bellied Macaws (parents in center) at their nest

    in a dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 24

 

   

    Two parents leave their fledgling at their nest in a dead

    Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 25

   

 

    Two Red-Bellied Macaws return to their nest in a dead

    Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 26

         

    Two adult Red-Bellied Macaws return to their nest in a

    dead Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 27

 

   Two adult Red-Bellied Macaws land in an early

    morning roost tree.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 28

 

   

    A Red-Bellied Macaw perched in a roost tree.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 29

 

    A Red-Bellied Macaw eating the fruit of the Mauritia Palm

    (Mauritia flexuosa).The Mauritia Palm provides the nests and

    an important food source for the Red-Bellied Macaw.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 30

 

   A Red-Bellied Macaw foraging for fruit at a Mauritia Palm

    (Mauritia flexuosa). The Mauritia Palm provides the nests and

    an important food source for the Bed-Bellied Macaw.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 31

 

   

                A family of Red-Bellied Macaws forage for the fruit of the

                Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 32

 

   

    A family of Red-Bellied Macaws fly over the Tambopata Rainforest.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 33

   

    An adult Red-Bellied Macaw (left) feeds its chick.

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 34

 

   

    Two young fledgling Red-Bellied Macaws bicker.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 35

 

   

 

                An adult Red-Bellied Macaw surveying its territory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 36

 

   

 

            A family of Red-Bellied Macaws (two fledglings on the right).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 37

 

   

 

            A family of Red-Bellied Macaws (two young fledglings on the right).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 38

 

 

 

          A family of Red-Bellied Macaws (two young fledglings on the right).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 39

 

 

   An adult and two young fledgling Red-Bellied Macaws (right).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 40

 

 

   A group of five adult Red-Bellied Macaws on a morning roost tree.

    Note the "red bellies" in this view.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 41

 

  

    A large group of Red-Bellied Macaws on a morning roost tree.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 42

 

 

   

                Two  Red-Bellied Macaws pick fruit from a Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 43

 

   

 

                Three Red-Bellied Macaws forage for fruit on a Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 44

 

  

    A Red-Bellied Macaw eats the fruit from a Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 45

 

  

     A Red-Bellied Macaw lands in a roost tree adjacent to a grove of Mauritia Palms.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 46

 

 

   A Red-Bellied Macaw lands in a roost tree adjacent to a grove of Mauritia Palms.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 47

 

   

 

            A Red-Bellied Macaw family lands to feed on the fruit of the Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 48

 

   

    A Red-Bellied Macaw family lands to feed on the fruit of the Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 49

 

 

   A Red-Bellied Macaw family  feeds on the fruit off the Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 50

   

           

    A Red-Bellied Macaw family lands feeds on the fruit of the Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 51

 

   A Red-Bellied Macaw feeds on the fruit of the Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

    The Mauritia Palm is very important in the natural history of the Red-Bellied Macaw,

    as it is the predominant nest tree and an important food source.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 52

 

   The fruit of the Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa).

    The Mauritia Palm is very important in the natural history of the Red-Bellied Macaw,   

    as it is the predominant nest tree and an important food source.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 53

 

   The Mauritia Palm (Mauritia flexuosa). The Mauritia Palm is very important

    in the natural history of the Red-Bellied Macaw, as it is the predominant

    nest tree and an important food source.

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 54

   

        

    A Red-Bellied Macaw family in flight.

 

 

 

 

Red-Bellied  Macaw 55

 

    

    A Red-Bellied Macaw family in flight (the two fledglings are behind).

 

 

 

 

 

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