Catalina Macaw

The Catalina Macaw lives in tropical forests in the Atlantic wet lowlands of Central America from Honduras to Panama and Colombia, and in South America in the Pacific coastal lowlands in Panama, Colombia and western Ecuador, where they also occur in deciduous (seasonal), dry tropical forests.
A balanced diet includes a variety of seeds, plants, fruits, and nuts.

Catalina macaws generally weigh 2–3 pounds and can reach up to 35 inches (86–89 cm) in length from the beak to the tip of the tail feathers. Their wingspan reaches 40-45 inches (101–114 cm). The average Catalina lives up to 60 years in captivity. The chest, abdomen, and back are usually orange or yellowish with greens and blues on the wings, with the coloration most strongly influenced by the father's genes.

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