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Macaw parrots lay eggs during Reintroduction Project in Iberá Park

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The Red-and-green Macaw Reintroduction Project progresses in Iberá Park.

Good news from the reintroduction project in Corrientes, as the couple Cachito and Flor laid eggs—for the second time in this project. Although the lay was unsuccessful, this event is very good news—as the eggs were fertile.

In the wild, couples don't reproduce every year, and sometimes it takes them three months to raise healthy squabs—resulting in a low reproduction ratte.

But this is a long-term project, and though we haven't recorded any birth in the wild yet, we envision even greater news soon.

 

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Marjol

Finally some good news in this crazy world. 

Such beautiful birds and how adorable to see them snuggling each other :heart: Makes me feel sad for those types of birds held as pets all by themselves.

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JusKeepBreathin

Such beautiful birds. I hope the project continues to be successful.

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Andreu

I have always loved Guacamayos :tony: Their colours are so bright and amazing.

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Quasi

For a second I forgot birds lay eggs. :saladga:

I don't understand pineapples, so I don't eat bananas.

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