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Military Macaw

Wholesale Bird & Cage Military Macaw for sale

Feeding & Care

Do not feed birds fruit seeds, avocados, chocolate, onions, apple seeds, uncooked beans, uncooked rice, alcohol or caffeine as these can cause serious medical problems, and kill them

A Military Macaw's diet should consist of 70% pellets, 30% fresh fruit & veggies.

They need a lot of daily social interaction so they can bond with your "flock" both direct face to face, and indirect just being around the family.

They can be very destructive which is why they need a variety of toys to keep them mentally stimulated, and from getting bored which can lead to self mutilation.

They need a variety of different sized perches to help exercise, and stretch their feet.

Wholesale Bird & Cage Military Macaw for sale


Military Macaws are known for being even well tempered birds that are very curious, and easily trainable.


The Military Macaw is one of the smaller full size macaws, and from beak to tail is between 27 to 30 inches. Military Macaws are mainly green with bright blue feathers on their wings, a bright red patch on their forehead, and tail feathers are a mix of red and blue. The underside of their wings, and tail fathers are a bright yellow. Their beaks are black, and they have a whiite skinned face with small black feathers in unique patterns for each bird. They do blush as people do on the whites of their face when extremely excited or stressed.

Wholesale Bird & Cage Military Macaw for sale


Military Macaws are known for being curious, and intelligent. They might not be as cuddly as a Blue & Gold, or a Greenwing, but they do make very loyal and loving life long companions. Military Macaws are very social birds, and become very vocal at some times. They also pick up training, and tricks quickly.

They live 60 to 85 years, and some even older due to modern healthier diets, exercise, and mental stimulation. Macaws are not a parrot for first time bird owners, and a lot of thought, and consideration should go into the idea of getting one for a companion bird