MACAWS


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MACAWSMulticenter Airborne Coherent Atmospheric Wind Sensor (NASA DC-8 research aircraft)
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RIO 2 (U) NEUROTIC blue macaw Blu (voiced by Jesse Eisenberg) and Jewel (Anne Hathaway) have settled with owners Linda (Leslie Mann) and Tulio (Rodrigo Santoro) in Rio.
In the Pantanal, these species compete with each other for cavities and with other species, such as Hyacinth Macaws (Guedes 2004b, Barbosa et al.
27) Heterophil values were higher than those of other captive psittacine birds, (18,20) but similar to means of free-ranging macaws (70.
Towards the end of the first edition, Blu the domesticated Minnesotaborn and bred macaw learned how to fly as he is faced with unimaginable adversaries in his first outing away from home.
He said,"The price of a macaw depends on its mimicking skill.
Dr Bouts pointed out that currently AWWP manages 10 out of 11 Spix's macaws owned by the Brazilian government in NEST, a private breeding facility in Sao Paulo State.
There are 23 species of macaws, and some of these have already become extinct while others are endangered.
In this paper, we report military macaws on Isla San Pedro Nolasco (27[degrees]58'N, 111[degrees]22'W), Sonora, Mexico.
Macaws are homed in a vast cage, or "flight corridor," where they can move relatively freely ahead of their future release.
Trade in Hyacinth Macaws is banned by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
And in August 1999, authorities confiscated 11 jungle animals from the private zoo of a federal senator named Ludio Coelho, including two non-endangered macaws in poor condition.
08 g/dL) based on normal reference intervals for macaws (Ara species).