Severe Macaw Parrots

Original price was: $1,999.00.Current price is: $680.00.

A hand raised severe macaw is an endearing bird, always having an affinity towards interacting with its owner. A well-trained macaw can accompany you by sitting on your shoulder while you do the household chores. Although they are screamers, some of them are actually capable of fluent talking. If not given adequate attention, these macaws can be nippy and destructive.

Severe Macaw Parrots for sale. Severe Macaws (Chestnut-fronted Macaw) is a wonderful creation of nature, commonly seen throughout the south Panama and Amazonian Brazil region. This small-sized bird with a typical macaw personality is for you if you are ready to be a full-time bird owner.

Severe Macaw: Ara Severus is one of the largest of the mini macaws, growing to a length of 45 centimeters and weighing approximately 400 grams as an adult. The severe macaw or chestnut fronted macaw has blue and red on its wings and a brown patch on its head. The skin is white with dark feathers around the eyes.

This agile and outgoing bird is a nice choice to own for bird enthusiasts. With its entertainment quotient and friendly demeanor, this bird is an absolute darling.

Speech and Vocalizations

Severe macaws are one of the best talking parrots. Many of these birds can speak with surprising clarity, and their high-pitched voice is quite fun to listen to. They can also develop an extensive vocabulary.

Their vocalizations can be fun and fabulous to display for guests, but this bird can become too much for some owners and their neighbors. It is a very loud bird for its size, and is known to call out in the morning, midday, and sunset. It is best to ignore unwanted screams rather than scold the bird. They’re smart birds, and they will eventually learn right from wrong.

Caring for a Severe Macaw Parrots

While severe macaws are known to be very social, all parrots require a certain amount of training to ensure that the bird remains tame. Make sure that you at least two hours to spend with your pet each day.

Without socialization and adequate mental stimulation, severe macaws can grow bored and depressed, which can lead to destructive behavior and stress-related illness.2

Severe macaws can be fun pets, but they require time and specialized care that not everyone can provide. They thrive on family time because it replicates the feeling of a flock, and, unlike some other parrots, they don’t tend to become strictly one-person birds.

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