What Do Macaws Eat?

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Macaws like to feast on a variety of foods to keep their strength up. They love fruits, nuts, leaves, stems and flower. Some wild species have also been found eating twigs and bark.
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Macaws eat nuts, seeds, fruits and sometimes insects.
Macaws feed on seeds, berries, nuts and some types of plants and sometimes small amounts of meat. They can be fed nuts such as almonds, walnuts, macadamias and filberts as well as beans, pastas, sweet potatoes and brown rice.
Macaws need a varied and balanced diet in order to remain healthy. They eat foods such as berries, nuts, and seeds in the wild. In captivity, they may also eat scrambled eggs, crackers and pasta. You can find more information here: http://www.parrottimes.com/diet.html
Macaws eat a variety of food! They eat: bananas, apples, papaya, mango, nuts, seeds, flowers, green beans, dried fruits, pasta, crackers, fresh vegetables, and bread.
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There are 328 species of parrot, and each has its own diet. Examples of parrots are macaws, cockatoos, parakeets and lovebirds. Sometimes parrots eat insects ...
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