Description and Features
With their bright blue upper side, the golden underside, the white cheeks, and their green forehead, Blue-and-Yellow Macaws are an iridescent and colorful parrot species. They grow to 90 cm of length, leaving a good portion of their weight to the imposing tail feathers. They are native to the tropical and subtropical forests of South America where they can be encountered along riverbanks. They feed on vegetable food like fruits, nuts, and berries.
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- Fun Fact: Blue-and-Yellow Macaw couples stay together forever; They fly together and they also rest together
- The Blue-and-Yellow Macaw is a flashily colored parrot species native to South America
- They were named after their glowing yellow feathers covering their underside; Their upper side is of an intense blue color