Update February 2022The BRI 2013-2014 Scarlet macaw eco-tourism and breed and release project ended when the cruise ships did not return to the new port in Trujillo, Honduras the next year. The scarlet macaw from Honduras is a large bird with a broad yellow band...
We are excited again be working in Honduras with the great green macaw. Should our breeding facility obtain breeding scarlet macaws we may expand this project to also include the release of scarlet macaws. There is also the possibility that BRI may offer assistance to...
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