Buy Baby Greenwing Macaw Online

(12 customer reviews)

$1,000.00 $500.00

Name : Felix

Sex : Male

Price : 950$

  • DNA Sexed
  • Hand fed
  • 4 months  old
  • Weaned
  • Hand Raised
  • Tamed
  • Vaccinated
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Category: Tag: Product ID: 364


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 lives in virtually the same territory as the blue-and-gold macaw.

Green-wing macaws have been kept in captivity as far back as the 17th century. Captive breeding programs took off during the 19th century and were quite successful. Today, it is relatively easy to find green-wing macaws bred in captivity. Like many other tropical birds, this macaw’s natural habitat has been badly depleted, and many are still captured for the black market parrot trade.

Green-wing macaws are tame and affectionate with a usually even, easy-going disposition. They are friendly and require a couple of hours of interaction with you every day. These birds are brilliant; they can learn to speak words and do tricks.

As one of the largest species of parrot, they have incredibly powerful beaks. Although they are among the most gentle parrots, a green-wing macaw with behavior problems can be a biting hazard for families with little children (and little fingers). Most species of parrots will develop behavioral issues if they do not get sufficient attention from you or their human flock.

Speech and Vocalizations
The green-wing macaw can be taught to speak about 15 words but is not known for its talking ability. This bird will screech and scream, for example, when it gets excited, feels threatened, or wants attention. This bird can get loud. This species is an unsuitable companion for those who live in an apartment or other close quarters.

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 vibrant 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 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. To figure out the sex of the bird, it will need DNA testing or surgical sexing.

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12 reviews for Buy Baby Greenwing Macaw Online

  1. Madi

    Kelly Book

    I live in Nebraska. I grew up in Wisconsin. This past weekend, I went back home for the wedding of my Niece. I have a friend who is a social worker and visited a family (for the past 4 years) who has probably too many animals. They had an Amazon parrot who for the last year has been aggressively plucking her feathers out. And I hear they cover her almost all hours of the day. Her belly and back are bare but she has her flight feathers still. Tail and wings. And of course what she can’t reach on her head. I have had cockatiels for a long time so I do have bird experience. (I have dogs as well). But, I also know that Parrots are NOT cockatiels 🙂. The family said they had her for 7 years and didn’t know how old she was when they got her so all I really know about the age is that she is at least 7. And I know she’s a girl because they said she layed eggs at one point. She has a foot tag that reads “RRB mt 13”. The mt is sideways. Google sucks for these. RRB is probably the breader. mt could be the state she was from (Montana). And 13 could either be her birth number or her birth year.
    I’ve read a lot and I’m very attentive and all about watching and listening and making her feel safe. Financially I can handle anything that comes along as far as vet visits or diet or whatever. She’s been around her new brothers and sisters for almost 2 days now and is settling right in. She is loving all the attention.
    Thank you for letting me join this group and i’ll try to post whenever I see something incredibly cute or need advice about anything.
    Kimi–Gotcha date 4/25/21–Welcome to your forever home 😉

    thanks Madison

  2. Madi

    Laura Geisler
    Ok I have had this crazy guy 10 days. I know it’s not very long. He is cage “sour” he does not like to leave his perch. He did not like to at his old house. Once he is off he does better but I don’t want to make him upset to get him to hang out. Do we continue to wait him out to get comfortable
    from Orlando Fl

    thanks madi you the best

  3. Madi

    Erica Figueroa
    Get a play stand or another small cage where he can hang out on while you clean the cage. Try to use a perch to get him out if his cage.

  4. Madi

    Bernd Zweverink
    If it’s learned behavior and consistent with what happened with the previous owner, no amount of passive waiting will help. You would want to establish interaction through target training, followed by step up onto a stick and from there onto your hand to build trust. It made a massive difference for our re-homed blue. She was afraid of hands and didn’t leave the cage area, but is now all over the place.

    thanks madi for having us as members of your farm

  5. Madi

    Lisa Murphy ·
    Hi everyone, any of you that use cage covers how do you wash these please? Seders decided to poop on hers while it was under the cage. I was going to put it in the washing machine but obviously can’t use my washing tablets, can I get something natural? Or shall I just use soapy water and a sponge?

    from Idaho

  6. Madi

    Ellie Miller
    I use large sheets to cover my birds. I wash them about once a month. I use my regular laundry detergent and put them through an extra rinse.

  7. Madi

    Dave Ryan
    Just use your regular tablets. If that’s what you wash your clothes with and the bird sits on them what’s the issue?

  8. Madi

    Pineda Neylis

    how to leave it at home? when I can take it with me🦜❤️ it’s annoying he doesn’t stop talking all the way and I always say. I’ll leave it again.🤣🤣🤣

    thanks madison again i love my baby

  9. Madi

    Linda Wilke-Rowe

    This is Babe, and what a funny girl she is. She’s 23 years old and I’ve had her for just over a year. It amazes me that after all this time together, every once in a while, she’ll say something I’ve never heard her say before. Something she must’ve learned before she came to me. What a memory.

    thanks madi for making me have such awesome memories

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