Blue and Gold Macaw (Ara ararauna)
Length: 34 - 36 inches
Wingspan: 41 - 45 inches
Weight: 900 - 1200 grams
Plumage: The feathers are a sky-blue with the underneath being a golden-yellow. The forehead is a dark green with the chin and throat being black.
Beak and eyes: The beak is black and the iris of the eye is yellow, when they are very young the eyes a dark.
Soft parts: The face is partly bare with thin lines of feathers below and in front of the eyes. The bird can have a flushed face when it is excited. The feet are gray and black.
Origin: They are found in the tropical South America , Panama, northern Colombia, Amazonian region, southern Venezuela, and the Guianas.
Red area shows the Blue & Gold macaw's habitat