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Cute Blue and Gold Macaw

$1,200
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Blue and Gold Macaws for Sale   Beautiful, captivating, intelligent, and majestic, blue and gold macaws are among the most popular large parrots. These brightly colored beauties have much more to offer than just a pretty face; they are full of personality and comical charm. They are one of the more recognizable birds in the world. They are extraordinary pets for people who can handle a large parrot that demands attention. One of the most readily available macaws and one of the most inexpensive blue and gold macaws are pets’ popular choices. The vibrant coloring and talking ability make the blue and yellow macaw a good choice for a pet. But owners have to be dedicated in their interaction with the bird to get the best companionship out of it. Also, the loud vocalizations and large size make it a wrong choice as an apartment pet.   Housing   They will require a roomy cage, at least 3’x2’x5′. Provide sturdy perches, toys, both for playing and chewing. You can dedicate a room in your house for your bird, or you can put it in an outdoor aviary. Let it spend some time, preferably a minimum of 2-3 hours outside the cage.   Temperament   Their sociability and even sweet disposition make blue and gold macaws a great pet. Their intelligence, willingness to learn, and talking ability are a plus. When allowed to socialize with a variety of people, blue and golds do very well adapting to different people and other birds. The blue and gold is a fantastic bird for tricks. They’re a popular headliner at bird shows, and many owners may even take them out around town with the help of bird leashes and car seats. Around the house, these macaws may act like friendly dogs. They enjoy being near their owners and seek out attention. They are also content on their perch, watching the activity around them.   Feeding Give your blue and gold commercially made pellet and seed mixes specially prepared for macaws. They also may like something that you’re having, and you can feel free to share as long as the food is nutritious. Chicken can be a good source of protein and also falls in the favorite foods category. Avoid feeding the bird chocolate and avocado as both of these are toxic to them. Care Replace the food and water dishes daily with clean ones. The floor of the cage needs to be washed every other week, while the perches and toys should be washed every week. Do complete disinfection of the whole cage at least once a year. Bathe your pet every day either with a mist spray or a birdbath and let it dry out in the sun.   Breed: Macaw Parrot Species: Blue and Gold Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $1000 above) Reservation: accepted
$1,200

Cute Hyacinth Macaw Parrot for Sale

$3,000
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Breed: Hyacinth Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$3,000

Cute Scarlet Macaw for Sale

$2,000
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Breed: Scarlet Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$2,000

Cute Senegal Parrot for Sale

$800
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Breed: Senegal Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$800

Cute Sun Conure Parrot for Sale

$600
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Breed: Conure Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$600

Double Yellow Headed Amazon Parrot

$800
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Breed: Amazon Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$800

Goffin's cockatoo for sale

$700
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Goffin's cockatoo for sale Goffin's cockatoo for sale online Goffin's cockatoo for sale The Tanimbar corella also known as Goffin’s cockatoo or the blushing cockatoo, is a species of cockatoo endemic to forests of Yamdena, Larat and Selaru, all islands in the Tanimbar Islands archipelago in Indonesia. Goffin Cockatoo for sale These parrots might be considered a high maintenance pet If occasionally neglected, the goffin  cockatoo might become depressed or destructive. These birds like to group into larger flocks, frequently with Sulphur Crested Cockatoos. These social creatures like to nest in tree cavities, laying white eggs which incubate for about 25 days. Chicks leave the nest approximately 50 days after hatching. Cockatoos need nothing but the biggest of cages. The more space that you provide for your feathered friend, the better in the long-term. At the very least, buy a cage about 90 x 70 x 120 cm. Consider adding a parrot stand or a Java tree so that your bird can enjoy climbs. Mind stimulating toys are a good idea. Buy bird puzzles, foraging toys, chewy toys, and anything else that will keep your parrot happy. cockatoos are some of the loudest of all the parrots on the planet. Goffin's cockatoo for sale online HOW TO CARE FOR GOFFIN COCKATOO Goffin cockatoo for sale can tolerate variable temperatures but it should never get below freezing in their enclosure. Nail clipping may be required as will beak trimming if you cannot supply native pandanus nuts. These powder down parrots enjoy baths and should regularly get the opportunity to get wet. Molting is a steady process where the bird loses one to two feathers at a time.                  Buy baby  online Feeding should be with a high-quality pelleted diet with at least half of its diet consisting of fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Obtaining nuts from its natural environment can be very beneficial to your bird and help it keep its beak in good shape. TEMPERAMENT Goffin’s cockatoos have a reputation for being very social and affectionate. They are playful, inquisitive, and active birds that require plenty of interaction and attention from their owners they may be one of the smaller cockatoos but they have a big bird personality and are quite fun-loving and gregarious. Compared to many parrots, the Goffin’s is relatively quiet they do scream,when they want your attention. These are not the best talkers, though they do vocalize, can learn a few words, and enjoy mimicking sounds they hear. If you really want to be entertained, turn on music because they love to dance. GOFFIN’S COCKATOO COLORS AND MARKINGS The Goffin’s cockatoo is often confused with the bare-eyed cockatoo. It is mostly white with touches of light salmon or pink on either side of their beaks. The salmon color also appears close to the head when the bird fans out his crest. Under the wings, you might notice a pale yellow on the feathers, making their flight a beautiful sight. The birds have a pale gray beak and feet. The only noticeable difference between the sexes is in the eyes. The iris of a male will be black while a female has brown eyes. Cage Size: The bigger the cage, the better. Large Cockatoo’s, such as Umbrella’s and Moluccan’s, should have a cage 40″ wide x 30″ deep at minimum. Smaller cockatoos such as the Goffin’s and Ducorps can get by with a cage 36″ wide x 24″ deep, but again bigger is always better! I recommend 40″ wide x 36″ deep for ALL size Cockatoos. They love the space, and this allows lots of room for toys and perches. As far as housing requirements are concerned, you need to have a cage that is not smaller than a 24″ x 36″ x 48″ in size. It should have a bar spacing of ¾” to 1″. If you have a large cockatoo, you will need a cage of about 24″ x 48″ x 48″ and bar spacing of about 1″ to 1.5″. You should buy strong cages made of wrought iron, stainless steel, etc., as cockatoos have a very tough beak. You should give your bird lots of toys to play with. They are aggressive chewers and love to destroy things. Therefore, giving them softwood toys, tanned vegetable leather, ropes, bells, and even cardboard to play with makes sense. Their toys should include hanging toys and those that the bird can pick up with its beak. Exercise: A cockatoo should be allowed plenty of opportunity for exercise. 3 to 4 hours a day outside of the cage is ideal. If not practical, then at least an hour in a Play Gym with time allowed for interaction with people. Diet: A healthy Cockatoo diet consists of a large variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, and nuts. As well as cooked grains such as barley, oats, brown rice, vegetable pasta, and sweet potato. Pellets* and a small amount of seed should be included at least several times a week. Cockatoos will happily feast on fresh vegetables, grains, fruits, etc. You can also include bird pellets in their diet. You will have to be careful when feeding seeds and seed mixes as they are high-fat content. Nuts can be given as a special treat. Never give them chocolates, fried foods, alcohol, or salted foods, like potato chips, pretzels, etc. Cockatoos are somewhat like humans in behavior; in a sense, they need a lot of love. They are compassionate, so make sure you don’t neglect them in any way. Goffin's cockatoo for sale online  
$700

Golden Conure Parakeet

$1,000
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Breed: Conure Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$1,000

Grand Eclectus Parrot for Sale

$800
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Breed: Eclectus Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$800

Green Wing Macaw

$1,700
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Breed: Macaw Parrot Species: Green Wing Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $1000 above) Reservation: accepted
$1,700

Green Wing Macaw for Sale

$2,000
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Description Green Wing Macaws is among the largest macaw species. Its large beak can be intimidating, but this macaw has a reputation as a gentle giant. At about 35 inches from its crimson head to the tip of its tapered tail, and weighing in at between 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 pounds, the green-winged macaw is one of the largest birds in its genus, almost as large as the Buffon’s macaw or the hyacinth macaw. Of the larger macaws, the green wing is possibly third most popular large macaw companions, after the blue-and-gold macaw and the scarlet macaw. They are big, goofy, and typically incredibly sweet. They love attention, affection, and companionship. They truly make outstanding lifelong companions. As with any macaw, the decision to add one to your family should not be taken lightly. They are large birds that require large enclosures, a well-rounded diet, and lots and lots of toys. Ideally, the minimum cage size for this size bird is 42″x32″x75″ with a 1″ bar spacing. A Green Wing Macaw can make a wonderful family companion. SIZE: 40 inches long with a 49-inch wingspan, weighing 3 3/4 pounds LIFE EXPECTANCY: 50 years, however, there have been reports of green-wing macaws living well into their 80s Origin and History The green-wing macaw is native to many of the tropical lowland forests of Central and South America, including Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Guyana, Brazil, Peru, Suriname, French Guiana, Paraguay, Argentina, and Bolivia. It is found in virtually the same territory as the blue-and-gold macaw. The green-wing, as well as other macaws, have been kept in captivity as far back as the 17th century, but captive breeding took off in the 19th century and was fortunately quite successful. Today, it is relatively easy to find green-wing macaws that were bred in captivity. Nevertheless, like other tropical birds, this macaw has seen its natural habitat badly depleted, and many are still captured for the black market parrot trade. If you decide to adopt a green-wing macaw, make sure you deal with a reputable breeder who can verify the bird’s status. Temperament Those interested in adopting a green-wing macaw should keep in mind that these birds, however tame and affectionate they may seem, are still parrots and will behave like parrots. They get loud, and their screeching makes them unsuitable companions for those who live in an apartment or other close quarters. They are also avid chewers, and with beaks that are incredibly powerful, the potential for serious home damage or physical injury is present for a bird with behavioral problems. Green-Wing Macaw Colors and Markings The green-wing macaw is one of the most recognizable of all the parrot species. These bright birds are a deep rich red on the head, shoulders, and breast, with a greenish band below the shoulders and wings. The green band transitions to dark blue on the wings, and there is light blue on the rump and on the covert tail feathers. The long tail feathers are red, tipped in blue. The legs and feet are a deep gray, and the beak is horn-colored with a black lower mandible. The bird has eye patches on the face. Males and females are indistinguishable, except that males are slightly larger. Caring for Green-Wing Macaws The pure drama of owning a huge green-wing macaw can easily blind potential owners to the expense and time required. This bird may cost you much in terms of time, feed, equipment, veterinary bills, and possibly home repair costs. It’s best to be fully prepared for this before you adopt one and bring it into your home. This is not a bird commonly sold in pet stores, so you’ll need to seek out a breeder in order to purchase a green-wing macaw. And because the green-wing macaw demands a lot from owners, it is a bird that is frequently surrendered to animal adoption agencies and rescue organizations. There is an excellent chance of finding a bird at one of these organizations. In the wild, green-wing macaws live in flocks of six to eight birds and are very social. Owners will need to spend plenty of time socializing with their pets. When you take a green-wing macaw into your home, you effectively become its “flock” and must include it in family activities. Green-wing macaws are highly responsive to training and must be given adequate attention and bonding time due to their social natures. This is important to remember because a bored macaw is a destructive macaw. Green-wing macaws are known for being voracious chewers and can chew through a door frame or expensive molding with lightning speed. Green-wing macaws owners will need to invest in some good-quality chew toys and be ready to keep supplying them, as these are disposable items where macaws are concerned. The green-wing is a somewhat quieter bird than some of the other large macaws, but this is a relative term—it is still a loud species, and it may be best to keep your pet in a room where the disturbance to neighbors will be minimal. Mount a sturdy perch in the cage, and be prepared to replace it occasionally as it gets damaged. Food, water, and treat dishes are best mounted above the perch on the side of the cage. Branches within the cage will offer the bird climbing exercise. Provide a variety of toys for chewing and playing. A playpen structure at the top of the cage is a good idea. The green-wing macaw will also do well when kept in an outdoor aviary during warm weather, and also adapts well to an entire room dedicated as an indoor “bird room.” Feeding the Green-Wing Macaw Green-wing macaws 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.     Breed: Macaw Parrot Species: Green Wing Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $1000 above) Reservation: accepted
$2,000

Harlequin Macaw for sale

$1,000
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Description Harlequin Macaws for sale Harleguin Macaw ​Harlequin macaw is a hybrid parrot bred in captivity by mixing the inexperienced-winged macaw with the blue and gold macaw. Harlequin Macaws for sale . it’s miles acknowledged scientifically as Ara chloropterus x Ara ararauna. Harlequin macaws are vividly colored, taking cues from each its dad and mom and can be an fantastic preference for a puppy because of its exceptional disposition. Harlequin Macaw for sale Temperament & personality The word ‘harlequin’ way a joker or a jester and that is exactly what this chicken is. Hand-rearing a child harlequin and socializing it with masses of people can make it accepting of human touch. they may be alternatively shrewd and accordingly want to be interacted with by way of its owner on a each day basis, or else boredom will set in, leading to adverse and self-mutilating behavior. they’re additionally trainable and can be taught to do hints, and certainly mimic human speech and different sounds that it hears. Harlequin Macaw for sale Feeding of harlequin macaw Physical Description: Harlequin Macaws can have a wide variation in their colors and patterns. Some breeders say that a Harlequin Macaws coloring depends largely on whether a Blue and Gold or a Greenwing Macaw was the male parent, but that is debatable. Most Harlequins are primarily deep orange on their chests and bellies, with striking tones of green and blue on their backs. Many of them have gold feathers on the underside of their tail feathers. Being that hybrids are bred primarily for color traits, a large range of colors and combinations are available. These birds combine the playful personality of a Blue and Gold Macaw with the gentle-giant nature of the greenwing, resulting in a larger, more colorful, and sweeter Macaw. Harlequin Macaw for sale Average Lifespan: 50+ years Sexing: Sexing these birds requires a DNA test, as they are not sexually dimorphic and you cannot tell the sex just by looking at them. Harlequin Macaw for sale Origin: Harlequin Macaws are only produced in captivity, by crossing a Blue and Gold Macaw with a Greenwing Macaw. Therefore, they originate in the homes of bird breeders around the world. Harlequin Macaw for sale Trainability: People who own hybrid Macaws claim to have the “best of both worlds”, and the Harlequin Macaw may be a good example as to why they feel that way. Both parents required to produce a Harlequin — a Blue and Gold Macaw and a Greenwing Macaw — are known for having laid-back and affectionate personalities. While Harlequin Macaws will have moments of frustration like any parrot, they are a good choice for those who would like a large bird with an even temper and calm demeanor. Loudness: All parrots have a tendency to be loud, but Macaws are the poster-birds for ear shattering vocalizations. Simply put, if you don’t want your parrot to awaken you early every morning by screaming at the top of its lungs, you should consider something other than a Macaw as a pet. Pricing: Harlequin Macaws can be somewhat pricy, depending on your budget. Minimum cage requirement is 30″ x 40″ x 66″ with 1″ – 1 1/4″ bar spacing, 5mm bar thickness minimum. Stainless steel cages are recommended due to their great beak strength. Harlequin Macaw for sale
$1,000

 

 

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Chenoa Jacobs 25-08-2021

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Fantastic service, simple & easy to order. Superfast despatch time & excellent quality goods, I would highly recommend amazon parrot essentials for quality service & excellent value for money to everyone.

D. Sawicki 12-08-02021

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Absolutely excellent, great selection of everything an African grey parrot needs at very good prices too. What's more, everything is so well packaged with quick efficient delivery. I always recommend shopping here.

John McFadden 04-08-2021

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I have used this company for over ten years and can honestly say I have never had any issues at all. Macaw and her team are very quick and eager to assist with your orders and pack and send out normally receiving their next day depending on order time. They are there to help and advise should you need it with suitable products for your feathered friends.

BRENDA BLACK 27-07-2021

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First time ordering and it arrived in less than 24 hours! Fantastic choice of products for my parrot and really reasonably priced. Can't recommend it enough!

Kelsey B 16-07-2021

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As a first-time customer, I am extremely impressed and satisfied with the website's Fantastic service, excellent quality, brilliant customer service. Will definitely be buying from just parrots again. They actually stock the best wooden sturdy toys for my Cockatoo parrot. So a big thumbs up from me. And one very happy sweet parrot Thank you.

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Alexandrine parakee are absolutely fantastic! Great customer service, excellent quality of the products, and great selection, and her macaw Harley is adorable, I think if he could, my Indian ringneck would so work in one of her warehouses. Definitely well worth a 5-star review.

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Excellent customer service! Fantastic products at fantastic prices and fast delivery. I get my birds' surprise boxes from here and they are always brilliant.

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Amazing, friendly parrots’ company. Purchased from them several times. Items including cages, food, toys, lamps, etc. All items arrived on a quick time scale and were well packaged. Telephone help and queries are also fantastic. Highly recommended

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I ordered a liberty explorer rat cage from Scarlett rat essentials. I ordered it Thursday late at night and received it Saturday. I was told (by email) that it could be 3-4 weeks before they were in stock but it ended up only being a day before it was despatched and shipped. Great service and Scarlett (the owner?) is very friendly and helpful over email

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