All photos by foundation president, Dr. William D. Clark and are copyrighted by him.

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Pair of Scarlet Macaws in Honduras. Note large patches of yellow on wings, as compaired to those in South America
Blue-throated macaw with Bolivian palm forest in background
Pair of Blue and Yellow Macaws fly over Bolivian savanna
This Hyacinth Macaw spent about an hour eating died palm nuts from a cattle lot. The nuts had pased through the digestive tract of the cattle.
Family group Hyacinth Macaws. Junior on left.
Pair of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica.
This pair of Scarlet Macaws was raiding the camp corn in Venezuela
A sigificant percentage of the world's population of Lear's Macaws gathered in this tree in northeastern Brazil.
Pair of Hyacinth Macaws in flight.
Fence post hyacinth on ranch in Pantanal
Pair of extremely rare blue-throated macaws (sometimes incorrectly called Caninde)
This group of 4 Hyacinth Macaws gathered in a palm tree to eat palm nuts at sunrise. The Pantanal, southwestern Brazil.
One of pair inspecting nest site. Opening just below his head. Second nest site above him.
This feather headdress was made from the tail feathers of Hyacinth Macaws, Red & Green Macaws, Blue-fronted Parrots and a large raptor.
Tree with Hyacinth Macaws on ranch in Pantanal
This pair of Hyacinth Macaws nested in this tree for several years before a lightning strike burned it down. Note a second opening at the top. Another pair nested here. A tribute to the gentle personality of this species.
Red-fronted Macaw at the San Antonio Zoo

One of the few photos on our web site not taken in the wild. These are desert dwellers of southeastern Bolivia and are endangered.

Copulating pair of Hyacinth Macaws on Brazil's Pantanal
The palm nuts on the left were eaten by Hyacinth Macaws in Brazil's Pantanal. On the right are Licuri Palm nuts eaten by Lear's Macaws in Bahia, Brazil. Note how cleanly the nuts have been cut.
This is a fledgling. Note the short tail. Parents often "park" fledglings while they forage for food.
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Baby Hyacinth Macaws