Exploring the Scarlet Macaw Range Map
The Scarlet Macaw is one of 17 species of macaw. As shown in the above Scarlet Macaw Range Map, they occur in the south of Mexico, through Central America, and parts of northern South America. Scarlet Macaws are extinct from many areas of which they used to habitat, this includes areas of Mexico & Central America. Populations of macaws are threatened due to illegal trafficking and poaching.
The Scarlet Macaw is characterized by its red, blue and yellow feathers and size. They have white skin that surrounds the eyes and reaches to their bills. They feed on nuts, seeds, and fruits; however, during the breeding season may also feed on larvae. Scarlet Macaws often gather at clay licks. They may often weigh on average, 1 kilogram.
Wondering where are the best places to see Scarlet Macaws in the wild?
Peru is a very popular place for tours you may see Scarlet Macaws.
Some parts of Southern Mexico you may observe Scarlet Macaws.