Buy Adult Blue and Gold Macaw Parrots
Buy Adult Blue and Gold Macaw Parrots, Our Blue and Gold macaw is Beautiful, captivating, intelligent, and majestic, Blue and Gold Macaws have held a place as one of the most popular large parrots for years.
These brightly colored beauties have so much more to offer than just a pretty face
- The blue-and-gold macaw is aptly named, with a gorgeous blue body and dark lemon-yellow chest, this is a bird that’s hard to miss.
- It also referred to as the blue-and-yellow macaw.
- This macaw has a green strip of feathers just above its black beak, and a partially naked face that will blush pink when it is exciting.
- Its feet are dark gray or black, and it has a black “beard” of feathers just below its beak.
- If a blue-and-gold macaw remains healthy, it can live upwards of 70 years.
- This is a bird that will be with you for a lifetime, and you should prepare for this possibility, which may even include a trust or a clause in your Will dedicated to the bird.
- It’s approximately 85-90 cm (34-36 in.); wingspan 102-112.5 cm (41-45 in and Feeds on seeds, fruits, nuts, and berries.
- The Blue and Yellow Macaw reach breeding age when they are 3 to 4 years old.
- They are known to pair for life and live in small family groups. Only two or three eggs are laid in a nest.
- It is thought that the female incubates them. However, both males and females aggressively defend the eggs.
The Blue-and-yellow Macaws (Ara ararauna), also known as Blue-and-gold Macaws, are found in the swampy forests of tropical South America. A larger variant from Bolivia is commonly referred to as the Bolivian Blue and Gold Macaw.
They are sometimes included in a group commonly referred to as the “Blue Macaws, that comprises the Glaucous Macaws (Anodorhynchus glaucus), Lear’s Macaws (Anodorhynchus leari), Spix’s Macaws (Cyanopsitta spixii) and the Hyacinth Macaws (Anodorhynchus. hyacinthinus).
These macaws are the most commonly kept macaw species in the United States.
They are fairly easy to obtain as they breed well in captivity, and are, therefore, one of the least expensive Macaws.
Their popularity in the pet trade has also had sad consequences. They have become extinct in several areas largely due to the fact that nestlings have been removed from their natural habitats, often resulting in the deaths of their parents as they tried to protect