Blue and gold macaw
I have this beautiful baby blue and gold macaw available that should be weaned within the next 5-7 weeks. This baby is a complete hooligan and is always up to some sort of shenanigans, BUT is a complete gentle giant. This baby will be weaned on a variety of vegetables, fruits, pellets, seed mix, nuts, and different legumes. Shipping is available
When raised properly, these beautiful Macaws can be affectionate, snuggly, loving creatures. They can be trained to do tricks, and can also become excellent talkers! Usually very reasonably priced among the Macaw choices, their prolific captive-breeding habits have kept the prices lower than some of the large Macaws. Approximately 33 inches in length, Blue and Golds are found natively in South America. They have been bred in the United States for well over three decades, however. These sociable creatures are not for everyone, but when a Macaw is the right choice for you, this one is a great Macaw! Feed them a pelleted diet, lots of fresh veggies and fruits, nuts, grains, white meat well cooked, eggs, etc. House them in a large, well made cage with lots of toys! 36" x 48" is recommended. A play stand is mandatory for these interactive birds, so that they may spend lots of time out of the cage with their people.
PARROT and EGGS BREEDER's has been training and breeding parrots for sale for more than 09 years. We've been breeding and raising birds for most of our lives..Note: If you already own a parrot and are trying to get help to understand your pet better give us a call or email us. We are Bird Behaviorist Specialists. We can teach you how to modify you parrots behavior and help you teach your parrot to become a better family pet.
Is your Parrot intelligent? Smart enough to talk? Would you like your Parrot to talk to you? Do you know how to teach your Parrot to talk?
Most people only think that African Grey Parrots, Cockatoos or the larger Macaw Parrots are the only parrots that can talk. This is incorrect! Any parrot can learn to talk! All they need is the proper instruction. Another tip to remember when you want to start teaching your parrot to talk, is the location of his cage.
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