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Severe Macaw 1



    A Severe Macaw on the clay lick surrounded by Mealy Amazons

    and Red-Bellied Macaws




Severe Macaw 2



    A Severe Macaws taking flight from the lick with a piece of clay.





Severe Macaw 3



   Severe Macaws on the lick with Mealy Amazons and Red-Bellied Macaws.






Severe Macaw Macaw 4


   A Severe Macaws on the lick with a much larger Blue and Gold Macaw.

    Note the clay in the beak of the Severe Macaw






Severe Macaw Macaw 5


   The Tambopata clay lick along the Tambopata River.







Severe Macaw Macaw 6


   Severe Macaw, Red-Bellied Macaws and Mealy Amazons in the

    roost tree above the Tambopata clay lick at firs light.






Severe Macaw Macaw 7



   Two Severe Macaws on the upper lick with six Blue-Headed Macaws.






Severe Macaw Macaw 8


    Severe Macaws (lower right) and the lick with Red-Bellied Macaws

     (lower left) and Mealy Amazons (above).






Severe Macaw Macaw 9


    Severe Macaws on the upper area of the Tambopata clay lick.







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