Golden-collared Macaw (Propyrrhura auricollis) - Wiki
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The Golden-collared Macaw or Yellow-collared Macaw (Propyrrhura auricollis) is a small Macaw belonging to the parrot family Psittacidae. Its native range covers the state of Mato Grosso in Brazil, northern Argentina (Southern Jujuy and Northern Salta), Paraguay and the provinces Beni, Santa Cruz and Tarija in Bolivia.
The general plumage is green, with a distinct yellow collar that is broadest on the back of the neck. The yellow collar develops as the bird ages, with more vibrant colors found in mature birds. The front and crown is brownish black, while the characteristic bare skin of the face is white. Some of the outer wing feathers are blueish and the tail consists of long green, blue and maroon feathers. Legs pale yellowish, iris orange. They are about 38 cm in length of which about half is tail feathers.
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