Now hear this. Announcing his claim to a territory, the male white-winged guan calls with a distinctive "jar jar jar" sound, gradually increasing in speed and ending in a quick "ha ha ha." Monogamous couples share the duty of tending the nest, and the young are able to venture out soon after hatching to forage for leaves, buds, fruit, flowers and seeds. Even so their parents continue to help feed and care for them until they are a year old. But it is not the young alone that need help to survive; once feared extinct and still critically endangered, the species is threatened by habitat loss and the persistence of opportunistic poaching
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