The Ultimate List Of 43 Macaw Species With A Focus On Large Macaws

This first list is of “mother nature made” large macaw parrots

  • Blue & Gold Macaw
  • Blue Throat Macaw (endangered)
  • Buffons Macaw aka Great Green Macaw
  • Green Wing Macaw
  • Hyacinth Macaw
  • Lears Macaw
  • Military Macaw
  • Scarlet Macaw
  • Spinx Macaw

An abbreviated science lesson as to how large hybrid macaws are bred by humans:

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(videos of all macaw species we could gather are below for your visualization, education and entertainment)

  • Buffon’s + Green Wing = Buffwing Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Buffons = Bluffons Macaw
  • Green Wing + Military = Calico Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Hyacinth = Caloshua Macaw (no video available)
  • Scarlet + Catalina = Camelot macaw
  • Green Wing + Calico = Cameo Macaw
  • Scarlet + Camelot = Capri Macaw
  • Catalina + Blue and Gold = Catablu Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Scarlet = Catalina Macaw
  • Catalina + Green Wing = Flame Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Harlequin = Harligold Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Green Wing = Harlequin Macaw
  • Harlequin + Green Wing = Jubilee Macaw
  • Harlequin + Catalina = Maui Sunrise Macaw (no video available)
  • Blue Gold + Red Front = Maui Sunset Macaw
  • Hyacinth + Military = Milicinth Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Military =  Miligold Macaw
  • Buffon’s + Green Wing = Miliffons Macaw (no video available)
  • Ruby + Catalina = Rubalina Macaw
  • Green Wing + Scarlet – Ruby Macaw
  • Scarlet + Military = Shamrock Macaw
  • Scarlet + Miligold = Starlight Macaw
  • Harlequin + Scarlet = Tropicana Macaw
  • Scarlet + Buffon’s = Verde Macaw

Not to be confused with this list of smaller or “Mini Macaws”
(a Mini Macaw blog post will be found here)

  • Hahn’s macaw
  • Illigers macaw
  • Lears macaw
  • Nobel macaw
  • Red Fronted macaw
  • Severe macaw
  • Spix’s macaw
  • Yellow-collared macaw

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Big Macaws – Some things you might not know

Macaws come in many colors and sizes. 43 species of macaws are listed on this page. So when someone calls Windy City Parrot and begins the conversation with “I have a macaw,” we always ask “what kind”?

For simplicity we split Macaws into two groups, large and small (oft-times referred to as mini-macaws). This category and conversation will focus on large size macaw parrots.