Macaw Bird Breed

Macaw Birds

This is a large bird measuring on the average thirty-seven inches in length. It lives in the jungles of Panama, south to Boliva and northern Paraguay.

In it's habitat, the tropical forests, the staple of the Macaw is palm-fruit, which it easily breaks up with it's great and powerful beak. It also eats other tree-fruit and tree- shoots.

The Blue and Yellow Macaw hatches it's eggs in tree holes. After hatching it's eggs, these birds form great flocks and attack plantations.

Like most parrots, the Macaw is a sociable bird and likes a lot of attention.

Food: In captivity, fruit, carrots, lettuce, seeds, nuts, and corn.

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