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Red Front Macaw Parrots

$560.00

We have Males and Females Red Front Macaws for Sale from 5 to 9 months old. DNA tested, thoroughly health tested with vet certificate. They are cute and very friendly. They love to be held, stroked and will climb all over you. They have been hand-reared from a very young age, and so they are very friendly and tame towards everyone, including children. They feed on apples, bananas, and pellets mixed with seeds.

We have Males and Females Red Front Macaws for Sale from 5 to 9 months old. DNA tested, thoroughly health tested with vet certificate. They are cute and very friendly. They love to be held, stroked and will climb all over you. They have been hand-reared from a very young age, and so they are very friendly and tame towards everyone, including children. They feed on apples, bananas, and pellets mixed with seeds. Red Front Macaw Parrots

In fact, Red Fronted Macaws are one of the smallest “large” macaws. They are a great size and they are absolutely stunning as adults. Red fronts are hilarious personalities, they are charismatic, goofy, and very playful. Some Red Fronts can become very good talkers if you spend time working with them. Like all Macaws, Red Fronts do well in homes that offer time, patience, and confidence. The more training and socialization they receive, the better companion they will become. Ideally, the minimum cage size for this size bird is 40″x30″x75″ with a 1″bar spacing as a result they are the best.

Distribution / Habitat about Red Front Macaw Parrots

Red-fronted Macaws occur naturally in the small semi-desert mountainous area of south-central Bolivia, South America, where they are found on the east Andean slope at elevations from 3,600 – 8,860 feet (1,100-2,700 meters).

Their range stretches from south Cochabamba valley and western parts of the department of Santa Cruz through northern Chuquisaca to north-east Potosí. The largest populations are found in the valleys of Ríos Grande, Mizque, Caine and Pilcomayo.

They inhabit subtropical, xerophytic thorny scrub with many cacti, scattered thorny trees and scrub, in a climate that semi arid with cold nights and hot days. This is the only macaw species living in such a climatic zone because they are the best.

Besides, due to capturing for the pet market and hunting by local farmers, who consider them crop pests, the population of Red-fronted Macaws has declined considerably over the years taking this species close to extinction in the wild.

In 2011, during a survey 130 pairs were counted, of which 67-86 were breeding and the rest – about 545 individuals – consisted of immature birds or non-breeding adults. Thus the total population at that time was about 805 individuals (A. Rojas, F. Hiraldo and J. L. Tella in litt. 2012).

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