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Buy Military Macaw Parrots Available are rather beautiful catcalls set up in Mexico and South America. They look analogous to the great green macaw, also known as the Buffon’s macaw, but are a little lower than the ultimate. The military macaws have been so name because of their plumage suggesting the color of a military cortege livery.
Like all macaws, Military macaws make great pets, but ideally, should not be keep as such because of their ‘Vulnerable’ status. They are a very social bird with a bit of a temper every now and then, but hand reared military macaws can become an integral part of your family. Let’s learn everything about a military macaw before moving on to actually owning one.
Military macaws are big catcalls and hence need to be given a sufficiently ample pen with confines of at least 36x48x60 elevation. Keep the pen in a separate room and soundproof it as much as possible, lest the neighbors complain about the noise situations generating from the raspberry. Put in a strong perch inside the pen, as well as some fresh fruit branches for the raspberry to bite on, but do replace these branches from time to time. Let the raspberry out of the pen for a many hours each day.
Behavior & Personality
They are a very social bird, even in the wild they live in pairs and flocks of up to 20 individuals. A pet military macaw retains this trait and can be a very friendly bird, with occasional temperamental swings. It is also an intelligent bird and will require constant enrichment and attention, otherwise, health issues stemming from boredom will creep in.
It likes to bond specifically with one individual, but training and socializing from a young age can get it to accept other people too. If not, they are prone to biting people they’re not fond of, but taking a cue from their body language can ward off potential danger.
Provide your military macaw with a diet consisting of sprouted or soaked sunflower seeds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, pecans and pine nuts. Veggies and fruits like banana, corn on the cob, apples and oranges can also be provided. Chicken can provide the bird with the necessary protein. Under no circumstances should you give the bird avocado and chocolate, as they can turn out to be fatally toxic for them.