Hyacinth Macaws for sale


Anodorhynchus Hyacinthinus, or most commonly known as the Hyacinth Macaw, is a South American, endangered species of birds. They are the largest of the Parrot family with the male macaw measuring up to about 40 inches in length and weighing 2 to 3 pounds. They are stunning blue colored with vivid yellow rings around the eyes and the corners of the beak.

These Gentle Giants are similar to the Great Dane breed of dogs. Though they appear large in size, their behavior is gentle and friendly.

Baby Male Hyacinth Macaw Available
Name:   Alexis  -  user reviews
Posted:   4/17/2019
Aviary:   Parrot Stars
Website:   www.parrotstars.com
Phone:   224-735-7537
E-mail:   Email this seller
Location:   Arlington Heights , Illinois

Baby Hyacinth Macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) Available! This baby male Hyacinth is fully weaned and ready for his forever family. Hyacinth Macaws make absolutely outstanding companions. They are popular for their calm, sweet, playful and loving personalities. Hyacinths are the largest flying parrot. They require a very high fat diet, consisting of primarily Macadamia Nuts supplemented with other tree nuts, seeds, pellet, fruits and veggies. At Parrot Stars we focus on education, nutrition, and conservation. We work very hard to help educate our customers on parrot companionship. Prior to taking a bird home, we will provide information on proper housing, creating a safe environment, diet, behavior, hormones and much more. No question will go unanswered. Every hand fed baby is weaned on to a high variety diet. They are weaned onto fruits and veggies, a soak and sprout mix we make here in store, high variety seed that we also make here in store, and naturally colored pellet. If you have questions regarding this baby, or any others that we have available, please give us a call! Feel free to follow us on Facebook @parrotstars for more pictures, videos and information.
Hyacinth Macaw For Sale
Name:   Alexis  -  user reviews
Posted:   4/11/2019
Aviary:   Parrot Stars
Website:   www.parrotstars.com
Phone:   224-735-7537
E-mail:   Email this seller
Location:   Arlington Heights , Illinois

Baby Hyacinth Macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) Available! This baby male Hyacinth is fully weaned and ready for his forever family. Hyacinth Macaws make absolutely outstanding companions. They are popular for their calm, sweet, playful and loving personalities. Hyacinths are the largest flying parrot. They require a very high fat diet, consisting of primarily Macadamia Nuts supplemented with other tree nuts, seeds, pellet, fruits and veggies. At Parrot Stars we focus on education, nutrition, and conservation. We work very hard to help educate our customers on parrot companionship. Prior to taking a bird home, we will provide information on proper housing, creating a safe environment, diet, behavior, hormones and much more. No question will go unanswered. Every hand fed baby is weaned on to a high variety diet. They are weaned onto fruits and veggies, a soak and sprout mix we make here in store, high variety seed that we also make here in store, and naturally colored pellet. If you have questions regarding this baby, or any others that we have available, please give us a call! Feel free to follow us on Facebook @parrotstars for more pictures, videos and information.
Hyacinth Macaw pair
Name:   Jessica  -  user reviews
Posted:   2/15/2019
Aviary:   Lone Palm Aviary
Website:   www.lpbirds.com
E-mail:   Email this seller
, Florida

Beautiful Hyacinth Macaw pair... They are in beautiful feather. 2 and a half years old. They are very bonded but are both tame as well. They are closed banded, DNA sexed and unrelated. $25K

Located in South Florida. Yes we ship weather permitting.

Hyacinth Macaw

The Hyacinth Macaws would be ideal for people who have had some previous experience with birds as they need to be taken care of pretty well. As their wings span up to 4 feet, they need adequate room to stretch and as such may be kept in large cages, but it would be a good idea to allow them to have an hour or two of play time in a day. This improves their muscle strength and gives them a healthy lifestyle as a whole.

Born with one of the strongest beaks, adapted to break sturdy nuts that are available in the South American region, these birds ideally need large and strong chewable toys to keep their beaks and jaws strong. They are instinctive in hitting their beaks hard on such toys, and it would be best to use a large toy with a leather covering to be used for the purpose. Also, they have a wide range of sounds that the vocals can produce, ranging from loud screeches to soft purrs.

Another problem that arises due to their strong beak is the choice of cage. Any ordinary cage would be broken down into pieces in no time. As such only strong stainless steel cages are suitable. The stainless steel is hard and durable for the purpose, and though the initial cost may be high to own such a cage, it would prove to be much cheaper in the long run.

The diet food that is fed to the bird needs to be highly specific. They have a very high metabolic rate allowing them to digest fats very easily. They tend to feed on nuts from palm trees that are available in the wild. But when owned as pets, they could be fed almonds, cashews, pistachios, Brazil nuts and walnuts. In addition they could also be fed with fruits, vegetables and other pellet based diets.

The Hyacinth Macaws are suited to live in company. They need human comfort and attention on a regular basis. If left alone they could grow wild and start screaming and screeching excessively. They could also live in harmony with other birds, provided they are introduced to them at a young age. They love to bond with humans and can connect with their owners very strongly. The attachment develops fast and is not easy to let go off.

If trained with the right care and attention, these are one of the most suitable birds to pet. Regular play gym, fiber-rich diet, sturdy play toys, impact resisting cages and regular interaction is required to keep them healthy and have a long life of up to 60 years.