Blue-and-Gold Macaws on antique cast-iron stand - Ara ararauna (with closed rings) - 96×33×50 cm

Description
Blue-and-Gold Macaws on antique cast-iron stand - Ara ararauna (with closed rings) - 96×33×50 cm
2020 - Netherlands - CITES Appendix II - Annex B in the EU

The blue-and-yellow macaw (Ara ararauna), also known as the blue-and-gold macaw, is a large South American parrot with mostly blue top parts and light orange underparts, with gradient hues of green on top of its head. It is a member of the large group of neotropical parrots known as macaws. It inhabits forest (especially varzea, but also in open sections of terra firme or unflooded forest), woodland and savannah of tropical South America. The blue-and-yellow macaw generally mates for life.

This couple is recently mounted on an antique cast iron stand and measures:
H: 11 cm x W: 50 cm x D: 33 cm

The birds died of natural causes. The skin was cleaned and processed to serve as a decorative object. By participating in this auction you confirm that you are aware of any import requirements of your country. The images shown are part of the description.

Lot details
Specimen
Blue-and-Gold Macaws on antique cast-iron stand
Scientific Name
Ara ararauna (with closed rings)
Origin
Netherlands
CITES relevancy
CITES Appendix II - Annex B in the EU
Condition
Preserved
Year
2020
Dimensions
96×33×50 cm
Weight
20 kg
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