Red-shouldered Macaw
Hahn's/Noble Macaws Diopsittaca nobilis

Red-shouldered Macaw Hahn's
Red-shouldered Macaw Noble
The Red-shouldered Macaw is from northern South America. It has been moved from the "Ara" group of large macaws to its own group. It is the smallest macaw.
Red-shouldered Macaw Hahn's
Red-shouldered Macaw Noble
It has two subspecies: Hahn's Macaw (Diopsittaca nobilis nobilis) shown above left, and the Noble Macaw (Diopsittaca nobilis cumanensis) above right. Both have a blue brow, mainly green plumage, white facial skin and, as their name indicates, red on the shoulders. The Hahn's subspecies has a mainly black upper beak while the Noble subspecies has a light-coloured upper beak.
Red-shouldered Macaw Noble
Red-shouldered Macaw Noble
Red-shouldered Macaw Noble
The Noble subspecies above with its black lower beak but light-coloured upper beak, showing its red shoulder and gold underwing and undertail.
Red-shouldered Macaw Hahns
Red-shouldered Macaw Hahns
Red-shouldered Macaw Hahn's
The Hahn's subspecies above with its black lower beak and two-tone grey-black upper beak. The red "shoulders" on both subspecies are not always visible.