The Red Macaw and Spix's Macaw Tribes both have their own side of the Brazil Nut grove, since the nuts are running short. They both also have a rule of no trespassing into each other's territories. Felipe, however, likes to come close to the division to fool around with Eduardo, who is strict about the rules and doesn't think his games are funny at all. When Blu accidentally trespasses into the Red Macaw tribe territory, Felipe and some other red macaws confront him. After Blu accidentally hits him with a branch, Felipe, angry, sees it as a opportunity to turn things around, and sets up a challenge; a soccer match at the Pit of Doom to decide who gets control of the entire Brazil Nut grove.
During the game, Felipe is very brutal and knocks out other players, while still being agile and scoring for his team. It is clear there's a rivalry sparking between him and Roberto, with both of them fighting at all times for the possession of the ball. When Blu accidentally scores the winning goal for the Red Macaw tribe, Felipe mocks Eduardo for this, his tribe now possessing the entire nut grove.
Later on, the Red Macaw tribe comes to help the Spix's Macaws fight the loggers. They use the Brazil nuts as a weapon, throwing them at the people and machines (interestingly, in real life, a Brazil nut can kill if it falls on a person). He also works together with Roberto to scare them away, showing a possibility of improvement in the tribes' relationship.
The Red Macaw tribe is also seen dancing along with everyone else during the "Amazon Untamed" show, which may also suggest their rules of no trespassing has been reformed or even that Felipe has decided to share the grove with the Spix's Macaw tribe again.
Felipe is very proud of being from the Amazon, and is protective of the area of the jungle his tribe lives in. He is strongly opposed to strangers trespassing on his territory. Felipe likes to mock and intimidate, and he rarely resorts to peaceful resolutions. He's also very aggressive in soccer games, and knocks other players out. He usually speaks in rhymes
Felipe has red plumage, with yellow and blue wing feathers. Felipe has white facial markings around his eyes, on his cheeks and under his beak, which is white and gray like all Scarlet macaws. He has a short feather ruffle on his head. Felipe has green eyes.
Felipe likes to taunt Eduardo, calling him "old Eddie," and edging close to the divide between their tribes, simply to get a rise out of him. After Blu accidentally wins the game for the red macaws, Felipe mocks him further, saying the blue macaws will have to start "a nut-free diet." He and his tribe later show up to help fight the loggers, showing that they at least share a common goal in defending their home.
Felipe and Roberto are rivals in soccer, staring each other down, and leading their teams in intimidation routines. They constantly battle over the ball, each taking it from the other several times. After the red and blue macaws succeed in driving away the loggers, Felipe shares a triumphant chest bump with Roberto, suggesting that their rivalry has dissolved, or has at least become more friendly.
When Felipe first meets Blu, he mockingly calls him a "sidekick," then asks Eduardo if Blu is his nurse. When Blu unwittingly trespasses onto red macaw territory, Felipe is angered (Even moreso when Blu accidentally hits him in the face with a tree branch). During the soccer game, he takes the ball after it bounces off Blu's head, smugly thanking him for the "pass."
- Felipe usually speaks in rhymes.
- He is one of the Scarlet macaws seen in a promotional picture with Nigel, Gabi, and Charlie. However, he's just an antagonist who has nothing to do with Nigel.
- Felipe is the second bird to be an antagonist. The first is Nigel.
- He usually speaks in rhymes.
- He is the first antagonist who has nothing to do with Nigel (second if you count Mauro, whom Nigel forced to help him).
- While Nigel is making his presentation as "Bob the bird," there is a Scarlet macaw in the audience that appears to be Felipe (or someone very similar to him).
- It is possible that Felipe is named after Philip Lawrence, who voices him. "Felipe" is the Portuguese and Spanish alternative of "Philip."
- Felipe: "Your side of the grove is looking m-m-m, mighty fine... hey! Your side of the grove is looking m-m-m, mighty fine."
- Felipe: "Yo Eddie, who's the sidekick? You got a nurse now?"
- Felipe: "Hey relax! You know we got nothing but mad love for you."
- Felipe: "C'mon boys, let's fly, paint the sky — before they start to cry."
- Felipe: "Well, well, well. What do we have here?"
- Felipe: "I guess old Eddie's rules don't apply to everyone."
- Felipe: "You're on our side."
- Felipe: "You come here, take our food, and now you insult me?"
- Felipe: "You know, I wish I could accept your apology. You seem like a nice bird."
- Felipe: "This means war!"
- Felipe: "Today, in the Pit of Doom, at high noon.
- Felipe: "Oh, I'll make some room. Sweep you up like a broom!"
- Felipe: "Roberto."
- Felipe: "Heads."
- Felipe: "Haha! Yes! In your face!"
- Felipe: "Oh, oh — you think you're quick? You ain't quick! This is quick! Ha ha!"
- Felipe: "Ah, come on, ref."
- Felipe: "Oh, check it out, old Eddie. Looks like you'll have to start a nut-free diet."
- Felipe: "Ha ha, we're going to be talking about that for a long time!"
- Felipe: "Yo, old Eddie."
- Felipe: "You think I'd miss this party? Game on!"
- Felipe: "Yeah!"
- Main article: Felipe/Gallery
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