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Guyana’s Lokono-Arawaks

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Vickie Lillo tells us about this new low-impact eco-tour lodge situated on the first Latin American indigenous reservation that will help to protect the disappearing parrots enshrined by Tribal Law.

The colour palette of the Green-winged Macaw appears almost iridescent against the darkness, its plumage only illuminated by the lights of our headlamps. With feathers of cherry red, forest green, and light turquoise, the majestic bird clings to an almost-naked tree limb, save for a few burgeoning new buds. He turns his regal crest towards us, so close that we can easily see the beautiful patterns of ruby stippling around his eyes, and partially opens his beak, as if to smile. Then it’s back to voracious pecking at a sprout of verdant new growth and trying to peel back the layers of bark. “He’s beautiful,” I hear myself say.

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