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BIRDS/ITEMS LOST: SEVERE-CHESTNUT MACAW

Lost: OVERLEA-BALTIMORE CITY MARYLAND on 9/26/09

    The Chestnut-fronted Macaw or Severe Macaw (Ara severus)
    is one of the largest of the Mini-Macaws. It reaches a
    size of around 45 cm (18 in) of which around half is the
    length of the tail.

    They can be found over a large part of Northern South
    America from Panama south into Amazonian Brazil and
    northern Bolivia.

    Their lifespan is listed as anything from 30 to 80 years
    of age.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Description
    2 Breeding
    3 Gallery
    4 References
    5 External links

    [edit] Description
    The Chestnut-fronted or Severe Macaw is mostly green in
    colour with patches of red and blue on the wings. The head
    has a Chestnut brown patch just above the beak. The beak
    is black and the patches around the eyes are white with
    lines of small black feathers

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