This April 2014 video says about itself:
The Critically Endangered Blue-throated Macaw is found in only one place on earth: the Beni Savannas of Bolivia. This complex ecosystem of grasslands, marshes, forest islands and gallery forest is largely in the hands of cattle ranchers and every year untold habitat is lost to intentional burning for pastureland. Today, less than 400 Blue-throated Macaws remain.
Rainforest Trust, in conjunction with American Bird Conservancy and our local partner Asociación Armonía Bolivia, helped create the Barba Azul Nature Reserve, the first and only protected area for the Critically Endangered Blue-throated Macaw.
This is the blue-throated macaw species.
It is endemic to Bolivia. Traditionally, it only nests in holes in urucuri palm trees.
Bolivian landlords had logged many urucuri palm trees for ranching. It was thought the species had become extinct in the 1980s.
Fortunately, some birds were discovered. There is a nestbox campaign to help them, which works.
This nesting season, the record number of 12 young blue-throated macaws have fledged.
Slowly, the population is increasing again.