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David R. wants to know more about an Amazing Moringa Presentation I've been meaning to ask this for some time now, What would you think of adding fresh Moringa to…
Jen M. writes,
Hi, we just wanted to thank you for the Hagen Tropican recommendation!
We ordered the sticks.
Our macaw just loves them and they smell amazing!
I feel so good knowing that I’m feeding them healthy food.
I had no idea that Zupreem had sugar in it and all that color can’t be good.
We also ordered the Prime Vitamin per your recommendation.
This first list is of “mother nature made” Large Macaw Parrots
An abbreviated science lesson as to how large hybrid macaws are bred by humans:
(Videos of all macaw species we could gather are below for your visualization, education, and entertainment)
Not to be confused with this list of smaller or “Mini Macaws”
Charles S. relates
My bird is 14 years old. I have had him/her since being a baby!
Every day she regurgitates about a cup full in her cage!
When I leave her with an experienced bird keeper she does not do this!
They indicated that I may be petting her in a way that arouses her and that may be the problem.
She has been doing this for years.
Could it be how I’m feeding her? Usually, I feed her orange slices, 1 cracker, 2 peanuts, and a scoop of Zupreem twice a day.
Plus I give her another couple of peanuts as a treat during the day?
Thank you for acknowledging a category for “large macaws,” you’ve been paying your due diligence.
My knowledge base comes from operating a website that sells exclusively to pet bird keepers.
You can read about 1400 posts I’ve written on pet bird care.
Re: “Please don’t kid yourself there are no large parrot species that is any less difficult than the other to take care of” (below).
First, off one person’s, anecdotes should not be a driver on how to create a single bird or a flock’s environment.
Re: “ I recently bought a brand new TV and thanks to my parrot it has a crack in the screen”
Linda L. would like to know:
Is the size of the Tropican Lifetime Parrot granules much bigger than the Tropican Lifetime Cockatiel granules?
Hard to tell from pictures
The Cockatiel size granule is 2 mm, the Parrot size granule is 4 mm.
The stick-sized pellet is about 3/4″ x ¼”.
Shelly A. wants to help another owner’s macaw
There is a greenhouse that changed hands a year ago, and they have a Macaw named Baby, in a chain link dog kennel type enclosure with one toy, no perches, no real interaction, and lives on parrot kibble like a stray dog.
I’ve spoken with an employee, but Baby doesn’t have an owner, just a business bird that nobody really takes care of.
The employees do the best they can, I just recently moved into this area or I would have done something sooner.