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The Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) is a large, colorful parrot. It is native to humid evergreen forests in the American tropics. Some factors stressed the population of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica, where they had previously occupied approximately 42,500 km² of the country's total national territory of 51,100 km², leaving viable populations in the early 1990s isolated to only two regions on the Central Pacific Coast and Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. The Scarlet Macaw can live up to 75 years, typical lifespan is 30 to 50 years.

We have a number of Macaws that are part of our community in Esterillos Oesta and they make their home in the Almendro (Beach Almond), Cenizaro Negro (Rain tree) and the Guanacaste (national tree), that are on the property. As you can see they will even fly to the restaurant next door and have lunch on sunflower seeds provided by the owner. We want to continue to be friendly neighbors to the wild life of Las Olas Beach Community and enjoy the beauty and joy they provide by their presence.

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