Macaw Parrot Eggs

$50.00

They are the smallest of all the Macaws, making them an excellent choice for space-conscious homes. These birds are between 12 and 14 inches long and are smaller than some of the larger Conure species. They are easily mistaken for blue-crowned Conures as they are so similar in size and appearance. Predominately an emerald green Macaw with a dark blue forehead and bright red shoulders these jewels are very elegant. They have the bare white flesh on the face – a distinguishing feature of Macaws, which really sets off their dark beak.

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Macaw Parrot Eggs

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Trainability: When hand-raised, these birds make wonderful pets. Their owners will be captivated by their antics. (Wasabi, Laura’s bird, rules her household and takes no back seat to her two Cockatoos, despite her small size). Good talkers, and extremely animated, Hahn’s Macaws are very intelligent and quick to learn words and tricks. They are very active, always looking for the next thing to climb or chew.​Macaw Parrot Eggs

Macaw Parrot Eggs

Loudness: Like all Macaws, the Hahns Macaw can be a bit vocal. However, they do not have the loud squawk that larger Macaws are famous for. They would make a decent apartment bird if you are not too sensitive to noise (or have nosey neighbors who are). But if noise is an issue, perhaps another parrot species would be more appropriate for your home. Minimum cage requirement: 18″ x 18″ x 44″ with 1/2″-3/4″ bar spacing.Macaw Parrot Eggs

Macaw Parrot Eggs

Order fertile Scarlet parrot eggs online from us and incubate till it hatches, our macaw eggs are tested to be fertile. Buy Macaw eggs online from us and get guaranteed delivery with an incubator and a handbook. Free incubator and 2 eggs of your choice if you order the “Trial Pack

Diet

Parrots are omnivores, which means that they can eat both meat and vegetation. Most parrots eat a diet that contains nuts, flowers, fruit, buds, seeds and insects. Seeds are their favorite food. They have strong jaws that allow them to snap open nutshells to get to the seed that’s inside.

Keas use their longer beaks to dig insects out of the ground for a meal, and kakapos chew on vegetation and drink the juices.

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