$4,000.00 – $9,000.00
Hyacinth Macaws for Sale! Hyacinth Macaws make absolutely outstanding companions. They are popular for their calm, sweet, playful, and loving personalities. Hyacinths are the largest flying parrot. They require a very high-fat diet, consisting of primarily Macadamia Nuts supplemented with other tree nuts, seeds, pellets, fruits, and veggies.
Hyacinth macaws are intelligent birds and have shown a facility for limited tool use in captivity and in the wild. While they can make good pets in the right circumstances, they can be nippy and are loud.
At Bird Breeder Store, we focus on education, nutrition, and conservation. We work very hard to help educate our customers on parrot companionship. Before taking a bird home, we will provide information on proper housing, creating a safe environment, diet, behavior, hormones, and much more. No question will go unanswered.
Every hand fed baby Hyacinth Macaws is weaned on to a high variety diet. They are weaned onto fruits and veggies, a soak and sprout mix we make here in the store, high variety seed that we also make here in the store, and naturally colored pellet. If you have questions regarding this baby Hyacinth Macaws or any others that we have available, please give us a call! For more pictures, videos, and information.
Hyacinth Macaws for Sale
Hyacinth macaws, scientifically known as Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus, are a magnificent type of blue parrot and are the largest of all flying parrots. These birds are a sight to behold due to their unique appearance and social nature. Sadly, this species is at risk of extinction due to habitat loss. However, commercial breeding is legal and an excellent way to preserve the species.
Acquiring a hyacinth macaw means embarking on a full-time adventure that requires a long-term commitment. It is crucial to ensure that you are financially, mentally, and physically capable of caring for this beautiful bird.
Hyacinth macaws are highly intelligent birds and have even shown evidence of limited tool use in captivity and in the wild. While they can make great pets under the right circumstances, they can be nippy and loud.
Housing this majestic creature requires a cage with a minimum dimension of 60X72X36 inches made from sturdy stainless steel. Providing ribbonwood or manzanita perches will help keep their nails groomed. Setting up a playpen for the bird is also essential, allowing it to relax and extend its wings.
Hyacinth macaws have an amicable and outgoing demeanor and bond strongly with their owners. They are not possessive over their preferred human and enjoy socializing with guests, including children. However, if left alone for extended periods, they can become cranky. Toys and human interaction are crucial for their enrichment.
These mischievous birds enjoy playing pranks such as playing dead or staring at their owners for prolonged periods. Chomping on wooden toys and repeating words are some of their favorite activities. Regular feeding of fresh vegetables and fruits along with nuts and market-formulated diets are ideal.
Caring for a hyacinth macaw requires diligence, as they need constant attention and care. Since they have a strong beak, biting can be a common challenge during training. Engaging them in stimulating activities, constant love and attention will help them thrive and prevent destructive behavior.
3 to 5 months old, 6 to 9 months old, 1 year to 2 Years old