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Lear’s Macaw

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SCIENTIFIC NAME: Anodorhynchus leari
POPULATION: 1,300 adults
IUCN STATUS: Endangered
TREND: Increasing
HABITAT: Arid caatinga (scrub forest) with sandstone canyons and stands of licuri palms.

 Alliance for Zero Extinction

By 2009, the Lear’s Macaw was downgraded on the IUCN Red List from Critically Endangered to Endangered, a sure sign that these parrots are beginning to bounce back.

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