The Blue-headed Macaw is a small species of macaw found in parts of South America, including Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. They are typically found in humid forested habitat and often by rivers.
Another name for the Blue-headed Macaw is Coulon's Macaw. Little is known about many of the wild behaviors of this species. In captivity, Blue-headed Macaws do well on a diet of varied seeds, fruits, and nuts.
The Blue-headed Macaw can be recognized by its mostly green plumage with blue head (naturally) and flight feathers. Unlike most other species of macaw, its bare facial skin is dark rather than light.