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Hyacinth Macaws
Greenwing Macaws
Blue & Gold Macaws
Hybrid Macaws
Yellow-Nape Amazons

Blue Front Amazons
Yellow Crown Amazons
Congo African Greys
Rosebreasted Cockatoos

Umbrella Cockatoos
Moluccan Cockatoos
Lesser Sulfer Creasted Cockatoos

Ara ararauna

Length: 30-34 inches
Weight: 900-1100 grams
Life span: 70-90 years
Age at Weaning: 16-20 weeks
Age at Maturity: 3-5 years
Country of Origin: Northern South America, Brazil

Temperament: These are the most common large macaw in pet stores and homes. They are incredibly active and playful, yet can calm down enough for a good head scratch. They are affectionate with their owners, but sometimes shy or aggressive with others. They are notorious chewers with their large beaks and very active, so many toys and a large cage is necessary.

Talking Ability: Moderate to Good
Noise Level: Extremely High
Cage Requirements: 36" x 48"; Bar Spacing 1" to 1 1/2"
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