No I beg to differ. Eclectus are much smaller, have a different shaped beak, smaller feet and the female is red, the male is green. (The Eclectus is the only commonly kept parrot that can be sexed easily by color) The Eclectus does not have the bare face area around the eye. An Eclectus depending on variety is between approximately 11" and 15" tall with a short wide tail. Also the cage roof hanging habit seen in your photo is not typical of the Eccie, although they can do it.
The macaw has a long tapered tail. I have raised these guys and kept them as pets for over 20 years. Don't want to sound harsh, and I hope it didn't come across that way, but I have a little experience with them.