Blue-Throated Macaw

Ara glaucogularis

Body Length:33 inches
Weight:32–39 ounces
Geographic Distribution:Northern Bolivia
Habitat:Grasslands, marshes, and forests along waterways
Wild Diet:Fruit from large palms
Status in the Wild:Critically Endangered
Location:Reptiles and Birds

The blue-throated macaw's plumage features a turquoise-blue head, neck and wings, and its underparts are largely bright yellow. Most of the time, the species will fly to move around. They are also able to climb trees, maneuver along branches, and walk on the ground.