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Hyacinth Macaw
Institute

THE HYACINTH MACAW INSTITUTE is a private non-profit Non-Governmental Organization, located in Campo Grande, primarily aimed at promoting environmental conservation. The Institute has been developing environmental protection projects with this purpose, such as Hyacinth Macaw Project, developed 30 years ago in Pantanal by maintaining viable populations of hyacinth macaws (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) in the wild in their natural habitat, over the medium and long-terms and other projects we invite you to visit.

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Hyacinth Macaw: biology and threats

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Foto: Kefany Ramalho - Instituto Arara Azul O desequilíbrio causado pelo homem deixou uma das maiores belezas do Brasil muito próxima do desaparecimento. Estamos falando da Arara-azul (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus), uma…

Hyacinth Macaw Project: find out in detail

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A project that has helped and continues to help to grow the population of free-living hyacinth macaws (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) and collects data on other species that cohabit with them –…

History

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The Hyacinth Macaw Project began in 1990, with field support from the Fazenda Nhumirim of the Pantanal Center of Agriculture and Livestock, CPAP-Embrapa, in the Nhecolândia Pantanal sub-region, with resources…