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Scarlet Macaws

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Scarlet Macaws
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A Very Quick Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 7
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.89

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    social, illegal, natural, colorful, flocks, among, mothers, pets, rainforest, playful, eggs, high, hour, strong, sharp, gold

Other Languages
     Spanish: Los guacamayos escarlata


Scarlet Macaws
By Sheri Skelton
  

1     Scarlet macaws are colorful noisy birds that live in the rainforest. Their brightly colored feathers are red, green, gold, blue, and purple. Scarlet macaws scream and squawk as they fly among the trees. With their strong wings, scarlet macaws can travel as fast as 35 miles an hour. Scarlet macaws make their nests very high in the treetops of the rainforest. The mothers stay with the eggs and wait for the father macaws to bring food. Macaws eat fruits and nuts, which they break with their strong, sharp beaks. The feet of the macaws have strong toes that are good for gripping tree branches. At night the macaws gather in flocks to sleep in .....
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