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My severe macaw is losing all its feathers.
The vet says I should switch her to 80% pellet food.
However, I am not convinced. I don’t think they eat pellets in the wild.
Do you think this is an acceptable alternative?
Are Mites Making Making My Macaw Miserable?
Always look forward to your Sunday articles, thanks!
Madeleine is a (Blue & Gold Macaw) rescue from a home where she was malnourished, neglected, and abused.
I was able to negotiate relinquishment but it’s been a year of learning for me, we bonded and I decided to adopt her instead of fostering.
relating to or characterized by anthropomorphism.
having human characteristics.
“anthropomorphic bears and monkeys”
I love that word.
I like how it feels on the tongue.
It’s also a big reason we see so many failures and pet bird care.
We make chop because salads are healthy for us.
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Yet these three species come in close to a combined 100 flavors.
Major Mitchell cockatoos are not loud, and not necessarily cuddly
Bare eyed cockatoos are all but demure
Noble macaws are only 12 to 14 inches long.
Hyacinth macaws are up to 44 inches long – 4 times the size of a noble macaw.
You can’t compare the two just because the are macaws.
This first of three answers about macaw parrot keeping solutions is in response to the Quora question:
Macaw Asthma aka Macaw Respiratory Hypersensitivity disease is found in several species of macaws but is especially prevalent with blue and gold macaws.
Nancy H wrote:
Dear Mitch and Catherine,
I own a Blue and Gold Macaw that I’ve had for 23 years, I love him dearly as he’s been, my little companion and roommate.
The problem is and I’m hoping you can help is that I’m not able to have my family or friends over because Bernard will literally take a tantrum screaming until I go in and get him and bring him out to see who’s there and when I go to bring him back to his cage, he bites me hard with displaced anger.
Neil Losin’s short (7:59) documentary, Parrots in Peril. The film examines the threat that poaching poses to Miami’s wild macaws. Please share your thoughts below