Successful breeding in Loro Parque
the Lear's Macaw pair that has successfully bred every year since 2007 had produced two young
Some more good news from Loro Parque. At the end of last month they reported that the Lear's Macaw pair that has successfully bred every year since 2007 had produced two young, although quite late this year. They have, however, since discovered that the pair, which had laid three eggs, had actually hatched the third egg. The pair are quite aggressive and belligerent when raising young so the staff keep nest-box inspections to a minimum. This is a first. All three young are doing well.