It has taken many years to breed the first Lear’s Macaws in captivity. After 29 years of trying the first offspring of the hard work has been hatched. A year ago in  São Paulo ZOO they successfully raised the very first chick. This year has been even better, they have managed to raise four more babies. Quick Facts about Lear’s Macaw. At the moment there are 12 Lear’s Macaws at the  São Paulo Zoo. They have been breeding Lear’s Macaws for 30 years now. This Zoo…Continue Reading “Lear’s Macaw – four new hatchings!”