Red-fronted Macaw

It is estimated that over 40% of this bird's range has been converted for agriculture. Many of the trees they depend on for food are harvested for wood and charcoal. Land has also been cleared to make room for herds of goats.

It is estimated that as few as 1000 of these birds survive in the wild.

South America

At A Glance

Habitat

Subtropical thorny scrub

Diet

Seeds, fruits, nuts, berries and leaves

Location

Central Bolivia