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BioCentric Development 2010

Macaws capture humans' interest and imagination with their natural beauty and human-like interactions with us. When people travel to the Amazon, they often go out of their way to see these birds in their natural habitats. While eco-tourism is very popular right now, the threat remains that these birds could be harmed by the frequent interaction with people. This study explores how people and macaws can interact with the Amazonian habitat that keeps this species being destroyed or compromised. The emphasis throughout the study focuses on doing what is best for the macaws rather than what is best for tourists.

BioCentric Development 2010

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