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Of the more than 350 known species of parrots, nearly 100 are threatened in wild. Popular as pets, many are captured for the wild bird
trade or suffer from hunting or loss of habitat. Each species is an integral part of their environment and the extinction of even a single
species is a sad and permanent loss to us all.
Due to their popularity as pets, millions of parrots also share our homes. Their challenging
physical and mental needs are often misunderstood; their individual wellbeing
as a result.
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 central Bolivia.
Their lifespan is listed as anything from 30 to 80 years of age.
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. It is the only one of the miniature macaws that has lines of feathers in the bare patches around its eyes. In the wild their typically gregarious personality can become more aggressive at puberty giving them the name Severe. This tendency can be curbed in captivity but the species requires significant handling to make a tame pet. It is 45–50 cm (18–20 in) long and weighs 300-410 grams (10.6-14.5 oz.)
The chestnut-fronted macaw nest in a hole in a tree. The eggs are white and there are usually two or three in a clutch. The female incubates the eggs for about 28 days, and the chicks fledge from the nest about 70 days after hatching
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Once these little bundles of green feathers have left the nest, they will stay close to their parents as they learn how to be a fully fledged parrot. They are playful, fun-loving and ready to learn.
In a few short weeks, they will be in discernable from the older juveniles of the flock, yet the innocence in their eyes will remain.
Soon they will venture away from the safety of their parents with other members of the flock, but will return to their parents in the evening full of wonder, adventure, excitement and an eagerness for the future.