This taxidermy of a bobcat and two macaw parrots are in excellent condition and depict a near-miss. The complete set is now available FOR SALE by the owner ($4,000 + shipping) and the bobcat has a proper federal Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) tag. I don't know the age of this taxidermy but as late as 1900, these parrots could be found in southern Texas and Mexico so their respective territories may well have overlapped. Sadly, now you'd have to travel to southern Panama to see the blue and gold macaw in the wild. The scarlet macaw is more abundant and can still be found along the east-central coast of Mexico.
This set will be offered for sale to the highest bidder within this year and you are encouraged to contact me at: [email protected]
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