Animal Stories - Macaws


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Ludie - 2010-07-22
I have had my Ruby since it was weaned. It is now over 20 years old. It talks quite well and loves to have a bath. Very temperamental and spoiled but I would never part with Baby!

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-19
    They are lively and interesting and occasionally domineering pets. Must love you
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donna - 2009-01-02
I have a wonderful Second generation Ruby named Valen, She is the light of my life.
And I enjoy her so much, she is nothing like first Generations, she is not high strung like the first generations can be, she loves to play and she is learning everyday. She will be 1 years old in Feb. of this year. What a joy she is... thanks, donna

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Anonymous - 2009-05-03
Scarlet Macaws ARE THE MOST beautiful birds I've ever seen in my life so far with their brightly colored feathers.

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  • mark lomz - 2010-12-21
    Another pretty bird is the australian rainbow lorikeet.
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jose - 2010-06-25
Are you selling it?

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gloria - 2012-08-15
I bought b g macaw the owner said it's about 2 yr old. They never had a lot of time with it as work. It seems to have took to my partener whose male, and it brings its food back up when he goes near. He can stroke its head and it will go on his arm, but if I go near it lunges at me and may bite my partener but if it's in cage I can go near and touch his beak but nothing else but if my partner comes by it gets ansty again. I want it to be a happy loving bird ,we have had it about 4 months,

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-08-15
    My guess here is that the blue/gold bonded with someone that looks like or reminds her of your partner.  Could be height, scent, hair color, voice - anything but the Blue Gold feels safe with your partner and is bonded.  The regurgitation is their way of saying 'I love you'.  A parrot doesn't have money or jewelry and can't buy things at a store so they give the only thing they have to give and that is their food.  Yes, inconvienant at times but you can just grab the beak and say 'love you but not hungry now'   I wouldn't reject or yell at the behavior as it is their way of saying how much they love you.  As for you - hey over time when the blue gold is more secure in your partners love - it may let you hold/pick up and pet but possibly not.  It has bonded pretty well with your partner but often they will accept other members of the flock.  If this blue gold has not been loved/socialized - maybe time will just solve all the problems.  if not - then let your parner love this creature and just go get a conure ---  Conures get along with all including the blue gold.  Get a young hand fed one from a breeder that is barely weaned.  One other thing - possibly you are getting the wrath of the blue gold for the neglect of the previous owner.  It may work out in time but I believe it is an older bird - past the age of two and has 'mated' with your partner. 
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Cat - 2012-06-22
I own 7 Macaws and find that the hybrid-hybrids are the friendliest. My Rubalina and Starlight show more affection than any of the rest. I own a Green-Wing, Scarlet, Blue&Gold, and 2 Calicos. I love them all, and their different personalities. Each bird is special, but the Rubalina and Starlight are much more friendly and playful with me.

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yolan - 2012-05-31
I am giving out a special pair of Blue and Gold Macaw Parrots to any loving and caring home due to my relocation . They are home raised and all registered. I have raised them from babies to maturity. These sweet macaws have a great vocabulary and they love to sing. . These birds shall be going out with a cage and a bird manual i have prepared to help any new home take good care of them.They are very friendly and will make perfect pets.Contact me for more information and pictures.
Email : yolansoft@yahoo.com

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  • kamran nawaz - 2012-06-01
    Hi its Kamran I am intrested in keeping your because I have lot of birds in my home. I love to keep them. I live in kolkatta if u think I am the right person then u can call me in this number 09831818806 or mail me
  • WARNING - 2012-09-19
    This is most likely a scam. There are lots of these going around on the web right now. They get you excited, ask you lots of questions, gain your trust. Then they say they want to ship the birds to your home. You wire them the money for shipping costs, but never get the birds. Please be very careful!
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-09-19
    Thank you for WARNING ---   sometimes things are there and I and others just do not see them.  I had a fella write me to purchase a male hyacinth but the bird was in some foreign country and had to go through quarantine.  I mean the hyacinth was free but the shipping was thousands.  I knew just enough to know there was no Hyacinth stuck someplace in the US Foreign Embassy.  But the way they write the ad or email - sounds so legitimate.  I have seen complete websites with total lists of baby birds that you canpurchase.  The prices are about 50% of what you can buy them for in the US.  One big problem - you can't buy them from anothe country and bring them here and these are scams.  Scary. 
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Marshall Dean - 2012-09-16
I had a pet Illiger's Macaw For about 1/2 of my life. She died of old age (she was a second hand bird). I have an empty spot in my heart for an other Illiger's Macaw. I would like to purchase another Illeger's Macaw if it is not too expensive. Thanks

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  • Clarice Brough - 2012-09-17
    They are wonderful birds, and I'm sorry to hear about your loss.  Birds become so much a part of our lives, I hope you soon find a bird to love to  fill the emptyness your darling left behind. All the best.
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DK - 2012-09-02
I have a Ruby macaw and 2 Blue and Gold Macaws and have been a macaw owner for around 30 some years now and when they get testy with me or snappy they have to go in a cage lower than what I stand for however long it takes them to humble down. This puts you in charge and the head of them and they then realize they cannot abuse or dominate you. It is true during normal breeding season is when this occurs in our home most. It seems like a hormone reaction.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-09-03
    Whether human or feathered, we have our moods.  I have found during mating season or molting season - I just like to drive my human up the wall.  It is just fun. 
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B.Kaissy - 2012-08-18
Hello, please help me. I have an african grey parrot. I have a closed balcony its about 6m x 5m, and I want to buy a blue and gold macaw. Can I put them both in the balcony. My biggest fear is that they might fight and maybe one of the birds will stop talking. please reply soon. thank you

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-08-18
    Sure you canput them together in that sized space.  I would make sure they both have their own area/peches toys etc. but they will get along - except for an occasional spat which the grey will win.  They will talk to you in human English and they will develop a language where they can talk to each other.  Blue/Golds are pretty easy going.  I'd introduce them in some neutral territory and watch them.  They are going to be like having two kids.  The blue gold will think the grey has the better toy and the grey will think the blue gold has the better food etc but they should  be just fine.  My macaw tells on the grey all the time but the grey will climb all over the macaws perch. 
  • B.Kaissy - 2012-08-18
    Thank you a lot for helping me. Heading tommorow to buy the blue gold :D
  • A.Khalil - 2012-08-30
    Thanks a lot too Already have the blue gold macaw Heading to buy african grey :P
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