About Blue Throated Macaw
The Blue Throated Macaw in generous Ara of large long-tailed parrots jointly known as a macaw. Ara glaucogularis (reclaimed 26 February 2014) or Ara caninde are well known as a caninde macaw or Wagler’s Macaw (is in honor of German herpetologist Johann Georg Walger ).
The Blue-throated is observed in a small area of north-central Bolivia that is known as Los Llanos de Moxos and in 2014 assigned by law as a regular patrimony of Bolivia, where it is acknowledged as Barba Azul means ‘blue beard’ in Spanish.
The rank of blue-throated is approximately 350-400 individual surviving in the wild and its primary cause of downfall to using in the pet trade. The blue-throated macaw has become a critically endangered (a species is in the high risk of extinction in the wild) and is protecting by trading prohibitions.