Blue-and-gold macaws are about 35 inches long and have a wing span of up to 45 inches
The blue-and-gold macaw is prized for its beautiful plumage — in pre-Columbian society they made large tapestries of the blue and yellow feathers.
Diet & Nutrition: Parrot food
Age: 1 Years
Color: blue, yellow
Lifespan: 30 + years
Sounds: Vocal communicator
Interaction: Highly social
Price: $11,500 ( Negotiable )
Pairs of Blue & Gold Macaw Parrots Birds for sale. They are in good feather and they are very healthy. These parrots are 1 year old. They usually have 2 clutches and they produced very beautiful babies.If you are interested, plz let me know .
If you’re looking for a companion parrot that has been nurtured, hand-fed, socialized with personal care and love..then you’ve come to the right place. At Pet Homes Online Store we give our companion parrots daily attention to prepare them for their new home. We offer the best Blue-and-Gold Macaw parrots. Blue-and-Gold Macaw parrots make wonderful pets, they're intelligent, beautiful birds with great “attitudes” which is why they make such brilliant companions to share a home with. However, be prepared for the long haul because when these birds are well cared for, they can live for a very long time.
Trainability: Domestic hand-fed babies make excellent pets. Eclectus parrot are playful, outgoing, affectionate birds. They are probably the best parrot for kids because they are relatively small, and love to rough-house. They enjoy being held upside down, gently swung around, and wrestled with. They are very smart birds, often getting into trouble because of it. They are easy to trick train, and can be taught to put rings on a peg, coins into a box, or other fun and entertaining tricks. They enjoy trick training because it seems like a game to them. In fact, everything is a game to them. They will play with just about anything, and are very easy to please. Just be sure to give them lots of toys and things to do because they can be high-energy birds when they are young. They will mellow out with age, just like a puppy. Eclectus parrot generally loves to talk and sing..
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 excited. Its feet are dark gray or black, and it has a black “beard” of feathers just below its beak.
Native Region / Natural Habitat
Blue-and-gold macaws are native to South and Central America, where they inhabit forests and woodlands. Their range includes Venezuela south to Peru, Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay, as well as parts of Panama.
Care & Feeding
In the wild, most macaws, including blue-and-gold macaws, eat a variety of seeds, plant material, fruits, and nuts. The wild macaw’s diet tends to be high in fat, which is acceptable for a bird that spends its day flying through the rainforest, finding food, nesting, and rearing chicks.
Companion macaws are lucky to have a much easier life than their wild counterparts, but they miss out on the ability to forage for their food, a behavior that comes naturally. Macaws, including blue-and-gold macaws, thrive on a nutritionally balanced diet, such as Lafeber’s Nutri-Meals, Nutri-Berries, and Lafeber’s Premium Daily Diet Pellets, as well as fresh fruits and veggies and healthy table foods.
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.
Personality & Behavior
Macaws are a force to be reckoned with. Everything about them is big, from their voices to their attitudes. Even the mini macaws are big … on the inside! Colorful and often raucous, they call attention to themselves even when quiet. Although, to the uninitiated, macaws seem formidable and may bluster and carry on, those who share their lives with these magnificent friends know that they contain surprisingly soft and loving hearts and sensitive natures. Macaw people adore their great friends to the very core of their being … and for good reason. It only takes one gentle kiss from their giant beaks to open the stoniest of hearts.
Speech & Sounds
Like most macaws, the blue-and-gold macaw is capable of making loud, ear-piercing sounds and can be prone to bouts of screaming. You will not be able to hide this pet from a landlord, so understand the vocal abilities of this bird before you bring it home. There really is no way to make a screaming macaw cease and desist its vocalizations, especially around dusk, when parrots are most vocal. Blue-and-gold macaws are apt talkers, able to repeat simple words and phrases.
Health & Common Conditions
Like other parrots, blue & golds are prone to self-mutilation/feather plucking, and nutritional disorders, and a variety of diseases, including Macaw Wasting Syndrome, as well as overgrown beaks. A nutritionally balanced diet and regular veterinary health exams can help keep your blue-and-gold macaw healthy and thriving.
Get a Blue-And-Gold Macaw
Like most macaw species, blue-and-gold macaws are typically available at avian-only retail stores, direct from a bird breeder or through a bird rescue/adoption organization. If you adopt a pet blue & gold from a bird rescue/adoption organization or from an individual, ask for the bird’s complete history, including the reason why the bird is being given up for adoption, as well as its behavioral quirks.
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