Macaws

Macaws are brightly colored and have a slender long hooked beak with signature facial feathers and a long tail. They have a bright blue face, neck, and back. Their chest is a stunning golden-yellow color. Macaws are known to have strong personalities, a home that offers time, patience, and commitment would do very well with a Macaws.

 

Macaws are the foremost colorful members of the family. They're appropriately called winged rainbows - possessing powerful large beaks and long tails. They're considered the essential birds among the Parrots, long and wingspan. The birds flaunt a singular blend of beauty, intelligence, inquisitiveness, and other engaging traits that's almost legendary.

Size: 20 - 42 inches
Life Expectancy: 30 - 80 years

Large, dark beaks and comparatively hairless, light-colored, medial facial areas distinguish macaws. Sometimes, the facial patch is smaller in some species and limited to a yellow patch around the eyes and a second patch near the beak base within the Hyacinth Macaw members. It's been documented that a Macaw's facial feathers are unique as a person's fingerprint. They're typically brightly colored and long tails.

Macaws are playful and active and have an exuberant personality to travel alongside their size. This makes them a challenging pet. They're also very affectionate and need a real deal of your time and a spotlight from their owners to be happy. A right sort of wooden toys or plain untreated chunks of wood to chew on should be provided. Toys meant to be taken apart to urge at a treat also are good choices, as are hanging toys and toys to hop on as long as they're safe.


They tend to be loud: within the wild, their voices got to carry over long distances. This makes macaws very demanding birds keep as a household pet. Additional complications arise from macaws' intelligence levels and their negative responses to stimuli people may use on domestic pets, like punishment.