What would you like to do?
Is macaw active?
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
yes! macawas can talk they are one of the most best talking parrots
On the whole, macaws do not migrate. They already live in warmer areas where food is abundant, so do not need to migrate during cold seasons to places where there is more …food.
A Macaw's wingspan can range from 86cm - 140cm (34in - 56in)
Let me say, first of all, that your girl is behaving perfectly normally. My B&G lunged at me when I first got her too, and she wasn't bluffing either. The bluffing came a litt…le later, to test me. And, then, that diminished too, although, she'll still do it when she's feeling spunky, LOL. But it's not much fun to test me anymore, since I seldom flinch. Here are some common macaw body movements for beginners: 1) Fully raised head feathers and pinned eyes. This is a warning to back off! Especially if it is accompanied by an open beak. Do not approach a macaw showing these signs, or the bird will likely lunge. 2) Moving the head from side to side (the "Stevie Wonder" move). Macaws do use this move when they're dancing, but when they're stressed they'll also do it as a displacement behavior, to minimize stress. Mine did this a lot when I first got her, because she was very upset. 3) Lunging and bluff lunging. Macaws will lunge at people when they're in strange surroundings, usually out of stress or fear. This varies from the signature B&G "gotcha" bluff, which is done to make a newbie jump () to the real deal, the forceful lunge with the beak hitting the cage bars--a bird doing this under heavy stress, likely afraid, and should be allowed to calm down. 5) Bobbing the head up and down. This bird likes you. But you should still be cautious. Some macaws head bob to relieve stress. If the bird is stressed, her behavior is less predictable. Watch what the bird does as you approach; a calm bird will have smooth head feathers (unless he's very excited to see you, and then they may partly ruffle--this looks different from the aggressive full raising of the head feathers, though, and you'll need experience with your bird to know the difference. You are not likely to see this body language for a while). Watch the eyes. They can tell you a lot. You can usually note the signs of nervousness or contentment in a macaw's eyes, but it takes practice. A beginner should just be aware of the size of the pupil. If it looks small (pinned), approach with caution. The only other tips I can offer you are these: 1) Macaws respond well to calm confidence. Be very low key, very calm, but confident. No flinching. 2) And, talk to your macaw in a soothing tone. They will understand varying degrees of what you say, depending on their experience in the past, but the soothing tones of your voice will help. And it will familiarize her with your voice. She needs to build a stable routine, and so saying the same thing when you see her every time will help. I think I said, "Hello beautiful" or something like that. Hope this helps.
Macaws can come in a wide variety of sizes and colors. They cover every color in the rainbow. I have a scarlet macaw. He is red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, black gra…y, white, ivory, and every color in between.
No a macaw is a vertebrate because they, like all birds, have backbones. An invertebrate is an animal without a backbone.
Jaguars, ocelots, big cats, hawks e.t.c. Tigers, lions, jaguars, hawks, eagles. Basically, all big cats and big birds
Macaws in South America will eat fruit and clay. Yes clay, it helps the digestive system. Macaws are NOT eaten by other macaws. They can be eaten by jaguars and other jungle c…arnivores (by a different user) i dont know how anyone could decode that gibberish. the question made no sense what so ever.
8 to 7 inches long
No. Macaw is not a country it is a type of bird. It is a type of parrot. Macau is a country in Asia.
the bid macaws are 30 to 45 inches and the small macaws are 30 to 35 inches
yes. i have not seen a macaw eating another animal....
A Scarlet Macaw is a beautiful large red, long-tailed parrot native to South America.
That depends on what you mean by 'do'. Try to be more specific.