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Description of The Macaw

Distinguished by its prominent curved beak, head plumage, long pointed tail feathers and vivid colors, the Macaw geoglyph clearly depicts the scarlet macaw, an exotic tropical bird prized by the Nazca. Macaw feathers were likely prestigious trade commodities reserved for royalty and priests. The soaring bird symbolized privilege, spiritual vision, and status within the ancient Nazca world. The Macaw geoglyph may have been a tribute to macaw spirits, a request for their inspiration, or an offering of gratitude for the prosperity macaw plumes brought the Nazca.

Bold – Light – Solid – Duotone
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