Green-winged Macaw (Ara chloroptera)
Length: 26 - 37 inches
Wingspan: 41 - 49 inches
Weight: 1250 - 1700 grams
Pluage: Head, under the wings,belly, and the tail is a deep red. The greater wing converts and the secondaries are a light blue. The back, rump, and tail converts are a light blue. The bottom of the tail and flight feathers are a dark red.
Beak and eys: The upper beak is a pale horn color, with a wide black mark on the upper half of the cutting edge. The lower beak is black. The iris of the eye is pale yellow.
Soft parts: The facial area is white with lines of small red feathers in front and below the eyes. The feet are gray.
Origin: They are found in eastern Panama and throughout South America.
Red area shows Green-winged Macaw's habitat
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