Lear’s Macaw is no longer Lear’s

It is old news, apparently, but I only found out today: the Lear Macaw is now officially to be called the Indigo Macaw, according to this article, reviewing Whose Birds by Bo Boelens and M. Watkins (Yale University Press, 20049).

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1 Response to Lear’s Macaw is no longer Lear’s

  1. Macaw Lover says:

    Wow..that’s pretty interesting. I can’t believe I have never stumbled across this info before. Thanks for posting this!

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