Severe Macaw

The severe macaw is native to southern Central America and northern South America.
In the wild, their diet consists of seeds, nuts, fruits, green leafy matter, and flowers.

In the wild, the severe macaw enjoys forests and habitats of all kinds as long as trees are available. They generally prefer areas that are subject to river flooding. It can be challenging to see them because they enjoy roosting in cavities high up in the trees. Farm fields offer plenty of food for these birds. It's not uncommon to find large, very loud flocks foraging the fields early in the morning. These birds can be a nuisance for farmers.

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