Baby Blue and Gold
Blue and gold macaw parrots, otherwise known as Blue and yellow macaws are Intelligent and sociable. They are large birds and can be extremely loud and vocal.
Common Names Blue and Gold Macaw, Blue and Yellow Macaw
The blue and gold macaw, with a gorgeous blue body and dark lemon-yellow chest, is a bird that’s hard to miss. Also called the “blue and yellow macaw”. This macaw has a green strip of feathers just above its black beak, and a partially naked face that will blush pink when it is exciting. Its feet are dark gray or black, and it has a black “beard” of feathers just below its beak. If a blue-and-gold macaw remains healthy, it can live upwards of 70 years. This is a bird that will be with you for a lifetime, and you should prepare for this possibility, which may even include a trust or a clause in your Will dedicated to the bird. It’s approximately 85-90 cm (34-36 in.); has a wingspan of 102-112.5 cm (41-45 in and Feeds on seeds, fruits, nuts, and berries. The Blue & Gold (yellow) Macaw reaches breeding age when they are 3 to 4 years old. They are known to pair for life and live in small family groups. Only two or three eggs are laid in a nest. It is thought that the female incubates them. However, both males and females aggressively defend the eggs.
Diet: Blue-and-yellow Macaw, as other macaws, eats clay and minerals on riverbanks. These macaws feed on several plant species, including toxic plants. To eat clay allows them to digest the poison contained into fruits and seeds of these plants.
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While antibiotics may occasionally need to be used to treat birds, we recommend that usage is coordinated with your Veterinarian If any of the birds are ‘tucking’ their head, sleeping all day, fluffed up, and/or lethargic. During such times using antibiotics with their only water source might be considered, however, we recommend good Veterinarian guidance.
Please note our pet bird offerings are ready to be domesticated by you and have been previously weaned but not necessarily hand fed. The time it takes to tame your bird is dependent upon the amount of time you spend creating a strong bond of trust with your new bird. Every bird is different. We trust you will research your bird(s) regarding how best to bond with them, and their ability to be trained, as this will vary depending upon the bird species.