Red-shouldered macaw in the Botanical Gardens, Georgetown
Sunday, December 1, 2013 at 23:41
City Parrots in (Re-)discovery, Diopsittaca nobilis - Red-shouldered macaw, Urban parrots

Red-shouldered Macaw (Diopsittaca nobilis) Botanical Gardens, Georgetown. Image by Kester Clarke George town botanical garden in host to many urban parrot species. We recently showed you a beautiful capture of a local orange winged amazon.

More older are the reports of Festive Parrots (Amazona festiva) in the capital city of Guyana. The only know urban population of this species.

Georgetown Botanical Gardens is host to many parrot species now including this Red-shouldered Macaw. Image by Kester ClarkeToday reports reach us that Red-shouldered macaw are also resident and seem to occupy nesting space. Making Georgetown one of the most parrot diverse capital cities in the world.

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