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HARI Blog

While HARI serves as the testing and quality assurance facility for HARI Approved Products such as Tropican and Tropimix, the spirit of sharing Avicultural information based on scientific research at HARI continues!

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The Lear’s Macaw

The Birds and The Bees

July 17, 2018 Blog, Conservation, Avian Community

In the last decade the Lear's macaws have faced increasing competition for their nesting cavities. This competition is not from other birds, or even mammals, but from an insect. The invasive Africanized Honey Bees (AHB) have steadily increased in number and are excluding macaws from cliff cavities, limiting their breeding success. These bees are also promoting habitat destruction, poaching, and they pose a risk to the scientists studying the macaws....

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