We have hand-raised and tamed Hyacinth Macaw for sale (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) ! Our Hyacinth Macaw is fully weaned and ready for her forever family. 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, pellet, fruits, and veggies.
We focus on education, nutrition, and conservation. We work very hard to help educate our customers on Hyacinth Macaws 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 is weaned onto 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.
All of our babies’ Hyacinth Macaws are handfed closed banded and raised with loving attention. We have completed regular veterinary inspections and meeting standards established to improve the care and breeding of exotic birds.
We strive to provide our birds Hyacinth Macaws with the healthiest food, safest toys, and most social environment. Each day we rotate all Hyacinth birds out of their cage to spend time on our natural hanging wood floor-stands, so they can play ‘king of the tree’ with their buddies and learn to socialize with other birds (and you! Yes, we encourage you to handle the birds properly.
The Hyacinth Macaw, or blue macaw, is a parrot native to central and eastern South America. The Blue Macaw is the largest of all parrots whose coloration is a stunning cobalt blue. However, given the right living conditions and training, a hyacinth macaw can be a wonderful addition to your household.
Hyacinth macaw parrots are a joy to be with. They are gentle, playful, affectionate, and highly intelligent companions. Our birds learn quickly and need a lot of stimulation, daily contact, and interaction with their people to be happy. Highly social birds, they thrive on being handled and cuddled. Because they have no preening gland, they need to be bathed regularly. Their very respectable beaks require a strong cage. A variety of wooden toys to chew on, including hardwoods, are essential to their well-being.