Blue Throated Macaw for Sale
Buy Blue throated macaw, this Macaw is very affectionate, friendly and easy to train. He loves people and is well socialized. This baby has been handled since birth; he will step up on command and loves to be cuddled! We hand feed our babies so they can become used to human interaction. This baby has no problem being held while eating, which means there will be less mess when you take him home. Shipping is available within the USA & Canada.
All Blue throated macaw birds purchased through our site is covered with at least a 30-day health guarantee by the Bird Breeder. If you have questions about what is covered, please view the Law associated with your state.
Within 30 days of purchasing your new Birdie, you must take him/her to a licensed veterinarian for an examination. If the veterinarian determines, within 30 days of purchase, that your Bird is clinically ill or will die from an injury sustained or illness likely to have been contracted on or before the date of sale and delivery, you have the following options:
- Return the Bird for a complete refund.
- Return the Bird for a replacement Bird of equal value.
- Retain the Bird and receive reimbursement for reasonable veterinary fees, not exceeding the purchase price.
Buy Blue Throated Macaw Online – Macaw Breeders
The blue throated macaw is a native to Bolivia mainly the north of the country. Blue-throated macaws are very social birds; they are seen often in pairs, and sometimes gather in small groups of 6 to 8 macaws and sometimes seen resting in groups of 60. Blue throated macaws are very intelligent birds naturally curious and can handle objects very well, named from the unique blue found covering their throat, Its feathers and head is blue. Blue and white can be seen surround its eyes, which are differentiated from its strong, curved jaws by a small patch of skin.
Breeding Blue Throated Macaw Birds
The buy blue throated macaw is known to mate for life, reaches maturity from 2 to 4 years and breed ones each year. Because they are capable of finding strong empty spaces within trees, the blue throated macaw bird rarely make their own nest. The females incubate the eggs while the male macaw provides them food. When the chicks have been hatched, both macaw parents go out on a food hunt to bring back to the nest. The baby macaw will develop wing feathers that are large enough for flight and be ready for their first attempt at flight at 12-15 weeks.
Blue throated macaws will feed on seeds, nuts, grains and leaves in the wild, but in captivity it is good you provide your bird with a healthy diet with enough vitamins like vegetables, pellets, fruits and enough water to keep them hydrated. Poor feeding habits can lead to destructive habits like feather plucking, regular shower is mandatory to prevent skin infections.
Blue throated macaws are large birds and should be provided with a big cage that will suit their size and also within your budget, the cage should have enough room for the bird to be able to move around and turn upside down freely. Also provide the bird with enough toys to keep it entertained