Macaws are a type of parrot. They are recognisable from the patch of bare skin that covers their faces and usually reaches the base of their beaks. Some macaws have narrow lines of feathers on this patch. Macaws are also recognisable by their distinctive, long, tapering tails.
An elephant run wild, drunk on rum, calls for a female without hope of being understood. What to do? It is not 1947 now.