Traducción de macaw en Español:

macaw

guacamayo, n.

Pronunciación /məˈkɔː//məˈkɔ/

nombre

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    guacamayo masculino
    ara masculino
    ararauna femenino
    • Like most species of parrot, great green macaws have suffered as a result of hunting and the pet trade, but their most serious problem is the loss of their habitat to agriculture.
    • Active fast flying lorikeets and big birds such as cockatoos and macaws should be in a large flight aviary.
    • Along waterways and ponds you're likely to see parrots and macaws, hawks and jabiru storks.
    • Bird watchers are drawn from all over the world in search of species such as parrots, parakeets, hyacinth macaws, and wood storks.
    • Mexico is home to toucans, vultures, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, parrots, macaws, and quetzals.
    • The survey also featured 2,273 rabbits, 1,757 hamsters, 482 parrots and macaws, 233 ferrets, 81 donkeys and 47 newts and salamanders.
    • Among the 16 birds taken were Amazon and African grey parrots and macaws, along with two kittens, one rabbit and a chinchilla.
    • ‘One of the delights of Kapawi are the parrots and macaws, and the roar of distant howler monkeys,’ says one tour operator.
    • Many parrots, macaws and cockatoos are also being driven close to extinction by international trade.
    • Like all parrots, military macaws like to climb.
    • The world's rarest parrots, including most macaws, are at special risk.
    • Hundreds of macaws and parrots gather at the exposed riverbanks to feed on clay, which helps the birds digest their diet of nutritious seeds.
    • Across the street is a place where pretty petite men in sad, grey clothing sit amidst women so colorful they are a menagerie of flamingoes and toucans and macaws.
    • Manchester is one of the prime areas for thefts of birds like macaws and parrots because a lot of people keep birds as a hobby.
    • At this rate, in a few years we won't have any macaws left in the wild.
    • These include ostriches, macaws, toucans, flamingos, storks and cranes.
    • Parrots could even tell the difference between film of macaws and budgies.
    • Here you stand a good chance of spotting such rare birds as the chestnut-fronted macaw and red-throated caracara.
    • Chaco, Wupatki, and Aztec had imported the brightly plumed macaws.
    • Biologist and macaw expert Charles Munn, who has studied macaws in Peru for many years, has shown that in scarlet macaws these facial markings are individualized, like fingerprints.