Macaws for sale
Macaws for Sale
Macaw birds are big, sociable, and extraordinarily noisy. They also need a good deal of space to live healthy, happy lives. Macaws have large beaks, bright feathers, long tails, and light or white facial patches. These parrots have a long, streamlined physique and colorful feathering, ranging from the hyacinth blue macaw’s to the scarlet macaw’s scarlet red coloring. Some macaw species have bare facial patches.
The Macaw species are sometimes divided into two groups, the “Large Macaws” and the “Mini Macaws. They are considered the largest birds among the Parrots, in length and wingspan.
We have large Macaws including Harlequin Macaw, Green Wing Macaw, Blue and Gold Macaw, Scarlet macaw, Catalina Macaw, Calico Macaw
Mini Macaws including Hahns Macaw, Severe Macaw.
Origin and History
Macaws are big size colorful Birds found in the South American rainforest.
The big macaw species range from about 20 inches up to 42 inches including their long tails. small macaws size up to 10 to 20 inches in length but all species of macaws need very large enclosures to stretch, and ideally, fly.
Some macaws live from 30 to 50 years and more. Mini macaws have a lifespan at the lower end of this range while a healthy large macaw can be expected to live 60 years or more with good nutrition and care.
Macaws are playful and active and they have excited personalities to go along with their sizes. But this also makes them very challenging pets. They do have the ability to say words and mimic our speech but it is not as clear as some other pet bird species.
Because they are so intelligent, macaws can be trained. You can start when your pet bird is young, and work on hand-feeding, teaching your bird to talk or sing, and training your macaw not to nip, bite, or scream in your ear.
The Colors and Markings of the Macaws.
There are several species of macaws in the wild but the ones most commonly seen in the pet trade are large colorful macaws, Hahns Macaw, Harlequin Macaw, Green Wing Macaw, Severe Macaw, Blue and Gold Macaw, Scarlet macaw, Catalina Macaw, Calico Macaw
How to Care for you Macaw
Macaws need a large and durable cage so be prepared to make a significant Spending. Mini macaws can be kept in a cage sized (24"x36"x48") while the larger macaws need a cage of a size 36"x48"x60". The cage must be strong enough to withstand the significant beak strength of macaws, so a stainless steel cage is good spending.
Many Macaws Owners Provide a wide variety of wooden toys or plain, untreated chunks of wood to chew on should be provided on a rotating basis to your macaw. Toys meant to be taken apart to get at a treat are also a good choice, as are hanging toys and toys to climb on.
Macaws Feeds on a wide range of healthy fresh foods grains, vegetables, fruits, Nuts, Pellets should make up 25 to 50 percent of the diet, seeds should be no more than 10 percent of the diet and the rest of the diet should be fresh healthy foods.