Distribution and Habitat: Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Panama and Paraguay. Live in rainforests and tropical zones.
Diet: Nuts, seeds, fruits.
Reproduction: Monogamous species. 2 eggs, 28 days of incubation.
Behaviour: Live in couples and/or in a flock, and usually fly side-by-side in pairs. Can form flocks with other species of macaws, like the Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao). Usually travel diurnally between resting and feeding grounds. Vocalise a lot.
Conservation Status: Least Concern (IUCN) ; Annex II (CITES)