One of the neat things about living in the tropics is the variety of bird life. Frequently, Blue and Gold Macaws fly over our neighborhood, and they are an impressive sight - especially when groups of four or more are together.
I've been trying to photograph these beautiful birds for the past couple of years. As we were walking around the neighborhood, we spotted one on top of a palm tree. I ran inside to get a camera, came out, and fortunately he stuck around for a couple of photographs. Usually when they are in the trees, there is too much clutter to photograph them.
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