Scarlet macaw chicks, in their nest in a hole in a tree
Remember last year and that tiny face poking out of the nest cavity, symbol of hope that our protection efforts were having fruit even that early? That was nest #1, where a single chick fledged successfully. This year, that was our main camp and where we took a stand to stop the poachers coming in like crazy. This year, the parents - perhaps encouraged by last years success, nested again in the same cavity. This year, TWO chicks fledged successfully from that nest. Thanks to EVERYONE who has supported us during these last two years. We are making a difference and with your help we will CHANGE the future!
Photograph by Roni Martinez
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