Endemic to Bolivia. In a small region in the Amazon, between the Department of Beni and possibly to the North of Santa Cruz.
The 85 cm.. height. Similar to the Blue and yellow Macaw, easily differentiated by the large turquoise blue stain that reaches the throat, blue spots on the sides of the body (notorious in flight), ventrally yellow, including the interior of the wings and tail.
Blue-throated Macaw, Caninde Macaw (English), Guacamaya caninde, Guacamaya Blue Canyon (Bol.), Andapury, Arara (Guaraní), Bagará (Emberá), Carú (Yucuna), Koatá ( Tunebo).
Sound of the Macaw blue throat
They are relatively easy to breed in captivity, and the captive population is many times greater than the wild population. The most recent estimate indicates that the population lies between the 300 and 350 copies, with more than 30 nests located. Only breeders of a long experience with the most common species of Ara should consider obtaining these macaws.