Red-and-green macaws are often confused with scarlet macaws. The main difference between the two different species are that scarlet macaw have yellow wing coverts and lacks red stripes on the face. While red-and-green macaws have green coverts and have red stripes on the face.
- They have one of the largest, broadest ranges of any macaw species.
- They prefer humid, lowland forest and deciduous forests.
- They also ingest mineralized sand and clay, which helps neutralize the toxins in the seeds and nuts they consume.
|Conservation status||Least concern|
|Zoo name(s)||Rojo, Kali|
|Zoo location||Education building, Cats|