The Guardian: Today’s Wildlife Photography. Macaw Looking Into An Apartement In Venezuela

In this November 14, 2014 photo, a macaw peers through a window of an apartment waiting to be fed, in Caracas, Venezuela. They are a common site sitting on the ledges of high-rise buildings or perched on antennas. While solid figures don t exist, the population of macaws in Caracas is estimated to be several hundred.

A macaw peers through a window of an apartment in Caracas, Venezuela. The birds are a common sight here, with the population estimated to be several hundred

Photograph: Ariana Cubillos/AP

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