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The Red-fronted Macaw Reserve and Lodge are owned and operated by three indigenous communities, San Carlos, Perereta and Amaya, with guidance, support and capacity development by Asociación Armonía. All proceeds from ecotourism in the Reserve go directly to these communities to improve their livelihoods. The Reserve harbors the Red-fronted Macaw’s largest known breeding colony of around 30 active breeding pairs each year.

See more about the Red-fronted Macaw Program.
Schedule a visit here.