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  • Update HARI Nest Box #2088

    The Hyacinth Macaw – Arara Azul Project Last month HARI was proud to announce the sponsorship of nest box #2088 from the Arara Azul project...

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  • The Hyacinth Macaw ARARA AZUL Project

    The ARARA AZUL Project is a project that studies the biology and ecological relationships of the Hyacinth Macaw, manages and promotes the conservation of the...

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  • Help Stop the Burning of the Amazon Rainforest

    Recent reports show that more than 80,000 fires have broken out in the Amazon rainforest this year. Huge fires have also been burning across the...

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  • Parrot Watching in Brazil

    Hosted by Wild Parrots Up Close Would you like to join Steve Brookes on a very special trip to Brazil? The highlights of this trip...

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  • Hyacinth Macaw Protected Under the Endangered Species Act

    According to a recent release, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has listed the hyacinth macaw - the largest species of parrot in the world - as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA)...

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  • The Birds and The Bees

    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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