Animal Stories - Yellow-collared Macaw


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   The Yellow-collared Macaw is very playful and loves to take showers!
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Terry bong - 2010-09-25
I am Called Mr Terry Bong and I have 9 macaw parrots and 4 African Grey parrots for adoption. I need only pet caring homes to give them out to. I am soon starting up a new Job and must give them out. I give out each with a cage. My email address is terrybong2010@yahoo.com for any one interested.

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  • Julia Giddens - 2010-10-09
    Hello - have these all gone? We are a pet loving family and have been thinking of adding a miniature macaw to our menagerie ......... please let me know if still available. Thank you. Would also be interested to know where you are geographically.
  • chad Morris - 2010-12-11
    So does this mean you have any macaw or African Greys available 12/11/10?

    Chad 610-644-2337
  • ahmad - 2010-12-24
    Are they still available? Call 610-216-3015
  • Melba Silver - 2010-12-26
    I would be very interested in adopting a young Grey or yellow collar. I have owned both and used to breed. I only have 1 38 yr old white eyed conure presently and have been wanting another bird. I live in MN and if you are serious please get back to me.
    Thank you.
  • darci - 2011-01-30
    Hi my name is Darci I am 28 single and my baby Mango just passed away. She was my everything . I know she can never be replaced. But I am looking for a new pet bird to share my life with .. Please contact me if you have any left that you are trying to get a new loving home for ..
  • Roger Kerstin - 2011-02-14
    Just checking to see where you are located and if you have any of your parrots left.
  • Gilbert R Rodriguez - 2011-10-13
    Hello Mr. Terry Bong; my name is Gilbert Rodriguez & I recently lost my Charlie a Yellow Collared Macaw which which I had since he was 1yr old in 2003 needles to say I'm looking to replace him so please let me know if you can help, Thanks!!!
  • coree - 2011-11-20
    Where do you live at I live in newaygo michigan if you live out of state I'll pay half the plane ticket and they flown to sparta michigan phone number 231-652-1874.
  • Phyllis - 2013-09-27
    I really love my bird and she needs a friend, I really enjoy all day long with her and will love to have a few more, she is a military macaw and had a yellow collard mini macaw. Really love my babies.
  • linda dauzat - 2014-04-30
    I am interested in adopting. Have large cage, live alone and plenty of time and love to give a bird, thank you call if you need any more info 318 526 4040
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SjB - 2004-10-19
I LOVE THIS SITE !!

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Dana - 2012-03-02
I need to know what pesticide is safe to use in the cage for knats and moths? I found demetrious Earth food grade, has anyone any information for me? Thanks.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-03-02
    You can use Camicide - not the aerosole but the pump. It is a natural made from Chrysanthemums and it works. You can do another thing which really helps and that is freeze your seed for 24 hours prior to use. That kills the seed moths/knats. Easier.
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ALAN - 2010-01-10
Oh these little fellers are just the greatest! My male yellow-naped, "Frankie", is the house comedian. They love to play and they love to be with you and on you all the time. He's my morning coffee drinking buddy sitting on my shoulder. And at night he snuggles up under my chin and preens my hair so gently it almost puts you to sleep.

Laughs like a human. Loves to be handled. Flips over in your hand to be petted. Gives kises and lord does he love a shower! I gave up on the suction cup perch in the shower. Frankie loves to be on your shoulder and shouts, "WOOOOO!" and laughs when you go under the water. Of course he's all grown up now. He calls himself "Frank" now.

Great pets! They can be nippy at times and Frankie always says, "OWW!" when he bites so he knows what he's doing. They can get very territorial with only one person and then bite YOU when others are around. They need to be socialized with many people. They are very intelligent and pretty easy maintenance. Great animated birds but they are VERY LOUD. If you are looking for a quiet bird, the yellow-naped is not for you. They do vocalize. And if not clipped, they will hunt you down in the house. LOL! Frankie lands on your shoulder and says, "Peek-a-boo!" Be very careful with birds if you have ceiling fans. Keep those little wings clipped to protect them.

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Gilbert R Rodriguez - 2011-10-13
This is to any Yellow Collared Macaw lovers; as we all know these are very special, unique loving birds, they're a real blessing in any home, I share this cuz just two weeks ago I lost my Charlie; a beautifull yellow collared macaw that it was given to me by an ex-coworker in 2003 when he was barely 2yrs. He was way more than just a pet. He was my partner and my hanging out buddy for he would just jump on my shoulder and go out with me anywhere. He loved being outside, the beach, ride bike, or just going to the store; the house is so empty, looking to replace him, if you can help GOD BLESS YOU!!! THANKS!!!

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  • Robert - 2012-01-20
    Mr. Rodriguez;

    "Lo siento mucho!" I am so sorry about your lost as I just lost my cockatiel just this past week, and altohugh I have a mini macaw myself, (Toby) I still miss my Regina. My Toby seems like yours, he is on my shoulder from the moment I get up til he goes to sleep, so again my condolences.
  • Clarice Brough - 2012-01-20
    So very sorry, a sad time and a great loss. But do keep looking for a new buddy, whenever you get a chance, because birds have a unique way of finding you and being a loving and loyal friend.
  • Debbie Matejewski - 2012-10-19
    Hi my name is Debbie, My husband wants a Macaw, but where are you located? We are in Novi MI If you are out of state how would we get the bird? Thank-you! Debbie
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Phyllis - 2012-05-31
My yellow collared military macaw has beak problems the top grow long and curved and the bottom one side grows taller than the other... What should I do ???

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-05-31
    You would need to take the macaw to an avian vet and have the top beak filed down. The bottom beak is probably crooked as the top beak has grown to long forcing the bottom beak sideways. It is an easy process and the bird does not have to be put to sleep to do this. The beak needs to be filed. Then put a concrete perch in the cage as the top perch and he should be able to file it himself from there.
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Roger - 2008-01-30
Hey everyone I've been looking for one of these Lil guys to have for my own. Already have cage, toys... Would like it to be on three feedings a day if possible (I've weaned my b&g macaw among a few other parrots.) If you can help or know where to look it would be great, seems most breeders sites aren't updated or aren't responding. Rogieroger2008@yahoo.com

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  • Terry bong - 2010-09-25
    I have Macaw parrots for adoption my email has been provided below and I want only serious pet loving homes.
    terrybong2010@yahoo.com
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Brad Butler/Roy Quiros - 2009-03-20
We have just bred a Harlequin Female with a Blue and Gold male. The baby is now one month and we are so excited to see what colors come through. Would be correct in saying it is a Harlegold?

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  • michael - 2010-04-20
    I want to buy a yellow neck mini macaw
    michael 973-265-8995
  • Terry bong - 2010-09-25
    I am Call Mr Terry Bong and i have 9 macaw parrots and 4 African Grey parrots for adoption. I need only pet caring homes to give them out to. I am soon starting up a new Job and must give them out. I give out each with a cage. My email address is terrybong2010@yahoo.com for anyone interested.
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Char - 2007-11-28
I got my yellow collar baby last month. He is 10 months old and already can say quite a bit. His favorite thing to say is "step up" and he will. He is very funny and loves to give kisses. I do have to say he is one person bird, he will only come to me.

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Sherry - 2007-11-12
Merlin is now 19 years old and still going strong! he loves the shower and loves to eat...anything! he talks in my 11 years olds voice sometimes and i think its my son calling for momma. he loves to dance and beg. he is the best watch dog we have. he will actually groom my retired greyhound. otherwise he loves to tease corky our shiba inu - corgi mix. hes a great bird, pet and friend, family member!

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