Mexico’s enormous and pristine Monte Azul Biosphere Reserve is one of the most bio-diverse areas in all of North America. The region is also one of the last places in North and Central America that supports a thriving population of wild scarlet macaws. A large population of scarlet macaws (called guacamayas in Spanish) lives in the appropriately named Centro Ecoturistico Ara Macao Las Guacamayas, including these.
For more macaws read our full post about camping at Centro Ecoturistico Ara Macao Las Guacamayas.
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