Hahn’s Macaws are capable of learning many tricks and behaviors and can become good talkers with practice so that they are a good choice for the bird lover that wants a macaw but isn’t quite ready to take on one of the big guys.
(Price for parrots 4 months, tamed and parrots are learning to feed themselves. Price may change from time to time)
Vaccination Program (Free):
– Flu, Diarrhea – monthly (200.000đ/time)
– Deworm – every 3 months (200.000đ/time)
– Coccidiosis – every 3 months (300.000đ/time)
– NewCastle – every 4 months (500.000đ/time)
– Lung Mushrooms – monthly (100.000đ/time)
– Hen / Typhoid / Pasteurellosis – monthly (100.000đ/time)
*** With the advice of Dr. Nguyen Nhu Pho – Professor of HCM Agricultural University.
For further information , please contact:
Hotline: 091 709 6677 – 0916 399 299 (Mr. Tài)
Address showroom: Pet Me Coffee – No. 21, Street 6, Linh Chieu Ward, Thu Duc City.
The Hahn’s Macaw or Red Shoudered Macaw is the smallest of all macaws, measuring just 12 inches from its beak to the tip of its tail. Social and intelligent, they respond quickly to training and form close bonds with their owners. The Hahn’s Macaw is one of two varieties of Red-Shouldered Macaws, which are native to northern South America.
Mature Hahn’s Macaws are primarily green with darker greenish-blue feathers on their foreheads. They have a spot of bright red on the undersides of their wings in addition to black feet and a black beak. At maturity, their eyes resemble a burnt orange color, framed by the macaw’s classic white eye rings.
Hahn’s Macaws are capable of learning many tricks and behaviors and can become good talkers with practice so that they are a good choice for the bird lover that wants a macaw but isn’t quite ready to take on one of the big guys. Personality traits aren’t where the similarities between the Hahn’s and larger Macaws end. Because they are true Macaws, they need all the social, dietary, and exercise requirements that come with larger birds. Those interested in owning a Hahn’s Macaw should be sure that they have plenty of free time to spending training and bonding with their bird.
Nutrition :The green-cheeked conure eats various seeds ( sunflower seed, millet seed,…) , vegetables and fruits. When captive still similar, but comes with extra vegetables. Food available for sale is the appropriate choice