The Blue-Throated Macaw
All about the Blue-Throated Macaw
They are critically endangered.
They live in North Bolivia in the palm trees of the Savannah.
They don't eat seeds and nuts like most Macaws, but rather fruits are their primary source of food.
They are endangered because of illegal hunting for pets and a decline in trees for nests.
The Blue-Throated Macaw reproduce sexually.
Blue-Throated Macaws live in and get their food from the palm trees around them. They depend on the palm trees for their survival.