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Larger birds, big cats, etc.
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What do Macaws eat?

Wild macaws eat seeds, fruits, stems, leaves, flowers and othersuch things. They also consume clay although the exact reason forthis is unknown. Plants, berries, veggies, fru

What eats macaws?

Jaguars, ocelots, big cats, hawks e.t.c.    Tigers, lions, jaguars, hawks, eagles. Basically, all big cats and  big birds

What does the macaw eat?

Macaws eat primarily seeds, nuts, and fruit. using their beaks they break open the seed and eat up!. but inside some of the seeds are poisonous chemicals. how do macaews eat t

What does Macaws eat?

Macaws eat nuts, fruits, and seeds. They usually stand on one foot and use their sharp, hooked beak and strong tongue to crack nuts.

A macaw eats?

  Seeds that are native to south america   Bird food,unsalted shelled peanuts,spray millet,they drink water,and need attention.

What eats the macaw?

the animals that eat the macaw are snakes, jaguars, lions and many other carnivores, and other big birds.

What does the macaw eat and what does the macaw get eaten bys the macaw?

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

Why does a macaw eat?

Macaws eat large nuts such as the macodamain nut also many fruits.
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When does a macaw eat?

usually bird food. you know basically the dried corn kernels that are mixed with the stuff in the bags. if you want more ideas ask a local pet store assistant.
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What do wild macaws parrots eat?

Macaws eat a variety of foods including fruits, palm fruits, nuts, seeds, leaves, flowers, and stems. Wild species may forage widely, over 100 km (62 mi) for some of the large