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Macaw - Wikipedia


Macaws are long-tailed, often colourful New World parrots. Contents. [hide]. 1 Biology; 2 ..... Macaw Facts Indepth Macaw Research; Macaws Macaw care; Macaws at DMOZ · San Diego Zoo Animal By...

Macaws, Macaw Pictures, Macaw Facts - National Geographic


Learn all you wanted to know about macaws with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Facts About Macaws - Pet Birds - About.com


Dec 4, 2016 ... Due to their size, macaws can be challenging to care for, but are loyal companions who are worth the time commitment. Here are a few fun facts ...

ANIMAL BYTES - Hyacinth Macaw - Sea World.org


DESCRIPTION: Hyacinth macaws are the largest of the parrots and, as their name implies, ... FUN FACTS. 1. The hyacinth macaw is the largest macaw species.

10 Macaw Facts for Kids | Navajo Code Talkers


10 Macaw Facts for Kids. navajocodetalkersadmin on January 30, 2015 - 12:00 pm in Fun Facts for Kids. 1. The Macaw is a long tailed parrot. It is considered a ...

Animals for Kids: Blue and Yellow Macaw Bird - Ducksters


No, as a matter of fact its conservation status is listed as "least concerned", which is good news for the Macaw. Fun Facts. They are often called Blue and Gold ...

Macaw Parrot Facts | Animals - mom.me


Macaws are coveted by parrot fanciers for their brilliant plumage, talking ability and colorful, intelligent personality. In the wild, the macaw's strong toes and ...

Scarlet Macaw Facts - interesting animal facts


There is no shortage of interesting facts about intelligent animals, especially when it comes to the Scarlet Macaw. These birds, who are known for their beautiful ...

Macaw | San Diego Zoo Animals & Plants


The scarlet macaw's bright colors may seem to make it stand out in a crowd, ... been known to use items as tools, and they like to play with interesting objects they find. ... In fact, macaws fly as far as 15 miles (24 kilometers) each day to feed.

Scarlet Macaw | San Diego Zoo - Kids


Macaws are known to use tools and play with interesting objects they find, moving them with their feet, testing them with their tongues, and tossing them around.