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(8 customer reviews)

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What do you expect from your Macaw? When you bring one home, you expect him to be friendly, have talking ability, be intelligent, sociable, and give you unconditional love and companionship. This is what you want and this is what you can have. You need to treat your Macaw the same when you first get him as you would a year from now. They are highly intelligent creatures who can give you much pleasure and fun, but at the same time can be noisy and cause you frustration if not treated properly and are spoiled too much. They will love you tremendously. Family members, neighbors, and even strangers will be able to come over and pick up the bird, but only if you expose him to others every chance you get. They love interaction. Larger Macaws are a bit more sociable with strangers than the smaller ones, but the smaller ones will still be good with others if you work with them. This is why you will need for the whole family to be able to hold and play with the bird. They bond very strongly to their owner. In our experience, the larger ones are a bit more forgiving when it comes to unfamiliar people.

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Description

A Camelot Macaw is a second generation hybrid cross between a Scarlet & a Catalina Macaw. A Catalina macaw is a first generation hybrid of a Scarlet and a Blue & Gold Macaw.

Camelot macaws come in a vast array of colors and can make great pets.

What do you expect from your Macaw? When you bring one home, you expect him to be friendly, have talking ability, be intelligent, sociable, and give you unconditional love and companionship. This is what you want and this is what you can have. You need to treat your Macaw the same when you first get him as you would a year from now. They are highly intelligent creatures who can give you much pleasure and fun, but at the same time can be noisy and cause you frustration if not treated properly and are spoiled too much. They will love you tremendously. Family members, neighbors, and even strangers will be able to come over and pick up the bird, but only if you expose him to others every chance you get. They love interaction. Larger Macaws are a bit more sociable with strangers than the smaller ones, but the smaller ones will still be good with others if you work with them. This is why you will need for the whole family to be able to hold and play with the bird. They bond very strongly to their owner. In our experience, the larger ones are a bit more forgiving when it comes to unfamiliar people.

8 reviews for Buy Camelot Macaw online

  1. Waseela Moosa

    Can someone tell me if it’s normal for my baby parrot to be looking like this?( WITHOUT HAIR) It almost looks as if she has a bubble on the side? Pls help I’m a new CAMELOT macaw owner

    Cypress, United States

    Re;
    i will send you a prescription for medications or vaccines to use on the parrot. your baby will be fine

  2. Eleni Fiaka

    i have an cameot Macaw Bought from Reddington Parrots 15 years ago and a hyacinth macaw (crow family). They are both intelligent in their own way. I would say the cameot Macaw has a high emotional intelligence and the crows are genius.

    Rome, United States

    Thanks reddington

  3. Ray Govednik

    Are you hand feeding it? I think it’s just a full crop. Wait until the crop empties and the chest area is nearly flat, then feed it, maybe not so much next time.
    Buena Vista, United States

  4. Genevieve Mahoney

    Genevieve Mahoney
    I am leaning against a lot of what has been said in referance to a “full crop”. What I see, as a breeder of many species, for 30+ yrs…..what I see is a “ruptured air sak”. (Which is commonly caused by rough hand feeding) No matter, If this “bump” does not go away, or re occures frequently, I suggest a vet check. (The sooner the better, and by a knowledgable avian vet) wait reddington, thoughts?

    Ridgecrest, ca

    Re; you are right

  5. Andrew Jolly Boy Brown

    Andrew Jolly Boy Brown

    Normal mines the same just after feeds,
    But a weight mines each day and feed 10% of that 3 times a day
    My baby is the best

    Elgin, IL

    thanks reddington parrots

  6. Waseela Moosa

    yes this is what my breeder told me weight him every one to two day and you feed him 10% of that 3 times a day around every 7 hours,
    I’m no expert on this but just follow what she said,
    How old is yours ? Mines is just over 7 weeks and so good so far lol

    thanks reddington parrots

    Phoenix, AZ

  7. reddingtonparrotbreeders

    Denise Aston

    It looks like bruising. He probably had a fall during the night. My grey took a bad fall a couple years ago and bruised her eye and it was black and swollen. I started putting thick folded towels onto of her grate when I put her to bed so if she fell it would be a softer fall and not falling on hard metal bars.

    thanks reddington parrots

    Wilmington, United States

  8. reddingtonparrotbreeders

    Terry Wegner

    Bayli came to us a little over a year ago.(about 30 years old),when we got that him from reddington parrots.. Her owner passed away and we adopted her from our local pet shop. The pet store had her for about 1.5 months. Bayli is quite the talker. It took us awhile to figure so of what she was saying. Well turned out it was Hebrew . She says quite a few words in hebrew. It took us a long time to figure out this one. I was looking up things about Hanukkah and came across a youtube where they were saying Chag Sameach! (Happy Hanukkah )We feel so blessed.

    Copperas Cove, United States

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What you will get

Vet Health Certificate (HC) including other certified paperwork | DNA Sexed certificate | Free Travel Crate+++ | Parrots Food and basic vitamins for 1st 2 weeks | Parrot toys | Hand book/DVD | Certificate of ownership | Ringed / Microchiped or both at your discretion | Ringed / Microchiped or both at your discretion | T-shirt, Phone Casing | Bed Spread | Cup | Sun Glasses