Imagens da arara glauca e arara azul de leari
A pair of Lear's Macaw in flight
A group of Lear's Macaw on their way to feed
A breeding pair perching on a tree on top of the cliffs used by sentinel birds at night
A pair of Lear's Macaw in Brazil
Confiscated Lear's Macaw
Two little old ladies who lived at Bourton-on-the Water in England until the end of the 1980s.
Painting of a pair of Lear's Macaws in the wild by Eric Peake.
Licuri palm nuts - main food of the Lear's Macaw
The sandstone canyons in which the Lear's Macaw roost and nest
Lear's Macaw (right) and Glaucous Macaw (left) from an illustration in Souancé, 1857-1858
An early illustration of the Glaucous Macaw from Bourjot Saint-Hilaire, 1837-8
Mounted skin of Glaucous Macaw at Natural History Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tony squinting in bright winter sunshine of Buenos Aires with the skin of a Glaucous Macaw held at the Natural History Museum there
Nest sites in cliffs on the Rio Parana at Ita Ibate, Argentina, reported by D'Orbigny in 1827