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MACAWSMulticenter Airborne Coherent Atmospheric Wind Sensor (NASA DC-8 research aircraft)
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Macaws are known for their strong beaks that they use to eat nuts and fruits in South American forests, their natural habitat.
She added: "We don't believe these birds are plucking actively any more but they're scarred and they may not regrow feathers in those areas." Red-fronted macaws are difficult to breed in captivity and it is not known whether the birds were shunned by their feathered counterparts because they lacked plumage.
The species, also known as the Spix's macaw, was popularised by animated film 'Rio' in 2011 and has been considered officially extinct in the wild since 2000.
The maverick Macaw is partial to some breakfast toast at local al fresco cafes - despite suspicious looks from pigeons.
Blue-and-yellow macaws have a part of their cheeks that is naked, uncovered by feathers, and researchers noticed that this fair skin would redden during interactions with their handlers.
The birds from the old aviaries, the Goffin's cockatoo and the pair of yellowshouldered Amazon parrots have moved to other parts of the site while the pair of military macaws have left them to go to Tilgate Nature Centre in West Sussex.
Dr Rizwan, the vet at Lahore Zoo, said macaws remained at the zoo for over 10 years.
It's a thrilling sight to see colorful flocks of macaws bursting from the trees into the sty There are many kinds, colors, and sizes of macaws.
The P4b gene partial sequences obtained from the avipoxvirus isolate Betim-1 of the red-and-green macaw (Ara chloropterus) (GenBank accession no.
Meanwhile, deranged cockatoo Nigel (Jemaine Clement) and love-sick amphibian sidekick Gabi (Kristin Chenoweth) hatch a diabolical scheme to exact revenge on the unsuspecting macaws.
The vegetation surrounding the urban area includes a mosaic of pasturelands with cerrado remnant trees, cerrado remnants, and seasonal forest in which Blue-and-Yellow Macaws are apparently common (Ragusa-Netto, 2006).