GORGOEUS HYACINTH MACAW BABY FOR YOUR HOME
Hyacinth macaw is possibly the most stunning of the macaw family, and is certainly the largest. It is the largest of all parrots.
The hyacinth macaw stunning cobalt-blue coloring and massive size will cause anyone to pause and take notice. Bright yellow around the eyes and at the base and the corners of the beak makes the largest of the macaw species appear to be in a perpetual smile.
COMMON NAMES: Hyacinth macaw, blue parrot
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus
LIFE EXPECTANCY: Can live more than 60 years
- They are Hand Reared from day 1 and have been brought up beautiful house hold environment.
- All our birds are lovely silly time close ring with the hatching certificate extremely beautiful and highly intelligent lovely family pet and are in very good size.
- Their Feathers are in perfect shape and their colors are very shiny and Vibrant.
- From the time of their Birth to weaning Stage, we have Given a lot of care to all our babies and have made every obstacle easy for new owners to own these beautiful gentle parrots.
- They have a Lovely large neck & Heads.
- Our Birds are Amazing loves human interaction and are friendly.
- Can Play around with other animals and children.
Added Advantages during shipping of our birds;
A). We ship them in a free cage
B). With Enough food and water for the bird
C). The delivery service takes care of the bird during shipping deal the birds reaches the destination
D). All documents are ship along with the birds.
E). We also provide a feeding guide for the birds.
Buyers should always indicate or advice if they will need additional documents.
Care & Feeding
The right owner for a hyacinth macaw is someone who has either kept many birds successfully before, or someone who has done a lot of research, has consulted the experts, and knows exactly what they’re getting into. Still, the Hyacinth is not a great first bird simply because it can be a handful.
Hyacinth macaws need a very specific diet. In the wild this bird’s diet consists almost wholly of palm nuts from two specific types of palm tress. Hyacinths harvest the nuts from the trees in the wild, though the bird also has a very characteristic way of finding the nuts already stripped of their tough, fibrous outer coating:
Hyacinths forage in cattle lands looking for dung containing the nuts, which are indigestible to the cattle, but easier for the hyacinth to open — the cow has done most of the work. The hyacinth macaw’s diet is very high in fat, and though you may not be able to find palm nuts (especially those predigested by cattle!), you can substitute Brazil nuts, walnuts, almonds, macadamias, coconut, pistachios and cashews.
The hyacinth macaw uses the beak, like most parrots, with the extreme skill to help him move from branch to branch, he uses it in a very delicate way with his partner or companion in producing particularly affectionate parental care. The strong legs are dark grey. Able to crush the shell of a Brazilian walnut without problems as well as to handle very small seeds with perfect mastery and peel them with skill.
Excellent climber, the hyacinth macaw uses the beak, like most parrots, with the extreme skill to help him move from branch to branch, he uses it in a very delicate way with his partner or companion in producing particularly affectionate parental care.