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Represented by a Blue/Yellow Macaw (Ara Ararauna), it is a very representative species of the Valleys of the City of Caracas, this city exalts the name of the tribe who lived these lands since ancient times and it is currently the capital of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and birthplace of the Liberator Simon Bolivar.

For the original native tribes of Venezuela, the Macaw has represented values such as beauty, freedom, strength, spiritual protection and connection with nature, forming an important part of their rich cultural and spiritual tradition.

These majestic birds cover the entire extension of the Venezuelan territory, there are several species: Flag Macaw (Ara macao), Red Macaw (Ara chloropterus), Maracana Macaw (Ara severus), Military Macaw (Ara militaris) and the famous Blue and Yellow Macaw (Ara Ararauna) represented by our mascot «Waraira». The macaw extends its domain throughout the Waraira Repano National Park, hence its name, a place located between the Capital District and the states of La Guaira and Miranda.

Valued for their role in the transmission of ancestral knowledge and the preservation of traditions, the macaws have been a symbol of power and status among some indigenous tribes of Venezuela. The Macaw has been much more than a simple bird for our ancient parents; they have been a symbol of power, status, ancestral knowledge and spiritual connection, honored and respected throughout generations as a fundamental part of the rich Indigenous heritage of Venezuela.

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