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Macaws live in Central and South America in the canopy. They have long tail feathers as well as big beaks. Their adaptations include large, curved, powerful beaks. These parrots have a long body that helps them to fly and colorful feathering, ranging from the hyacinth macaw’s dark blue to the scarlet red coloring. Macaw’s eat a variety of seed, nuts, fruits, berries and vegetation such as leaf buds in the wild. In the future there are going to be less trees. They might have to find another home. Also, I don't think they are going to have any feathers because if they are going to cut down the trees they might forget how to fly and get hurt or die. They well probably not make it, but if they find a different home then they will probably make it and survive. The macaw will hunt for food on the ground.