A venerable specimen of the Hyacinth Macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthus (sic) well known to the visitors to the Philadelphia Zoological gardens, died on February 28, 1920. The records of the Zoological Society show that the bird was received on July 22, 1893 so that it had been on exhibition for over twenty-six years. How long the bird had lived before it was captured it is of course impossible to say. At the time of its death it was still in perfect plumage - Witmer Stone, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa.
Monday 16th May 2022
I have just received an update from Rosemary Low on the situation in Bahia with the power lines. You can read this in the articles section on Lear’s Macaws in the Wild. The French power company - Voltalia - has not yet received an operation ... Read More »
" Naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret "
( If you drive out nature with a pitchfork, she will soon find a way back)
Horace (65-8 BC)