Watching a large flock of wild macaws feed is quite an experience. The guide walked us through the history and purpose of the project, which is to reintroduce these beautiful birds into the wild. They take great care researching behavior and experimenting with nests in the wild to have a successful release program. My favorite part was seeing a two month old (born in the wild) bird flying from tree to tree with the grace of...a waterbuffalo. This was definitely worth the time and price for a fantastic cause.
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