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Project: Costa Rica

Project: Costa Rica

Scarlet Macaws are at risk of extinction in Central America and Mexico. Thanks to the outstanding support from BOSS Orange, the World Parrot Trust and its in-country partner, the ARA Project, are returning these birds to the wild at the Tiskita Biological Reserve, Osa Conservation Area. To date over 10 birds have been released and join a growing flock of macaws flying once again in the wild. Learn more about their progress.

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Project: Bolivia

Project: Bolivia

The Blue-throated Macaw is critically endangered and found only in Bolivia. Thought to be extinct, it was rediscovered in the late 1970s and 80s - a near-victim to the trade in wild-caught birds. The species' wild population remains very low - now numbering less than 200 individuals. With the generous and timely support of BOSS Orange, essential conservation and fieldwork is continuing to help this struggling species to survive.

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Project: Honduras

Project: Honduras

Once kept as pets by the ancient Mayans over 2000 years ago, the Scarlet Macaw is extinct in many areas of its range. Because of the important support of BOSS Orange, the World Parrot Trust and its partners have created a release facility at a national park and Mayan heritage site in Copan, Honduras. Through this successful effort the birds once again fill the skies, as they did during the times of the Mayans.

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