Blue-and-yellow Macaw is beautiful bird. They weigh roughly around 3 to 4 pounds. Wide wingspan of 3to 4 feet gives them good balance when they fly in the windy weather. Blue-and-yellow Macaw comes from the Psittacidae family, which is basically a family of parrots who are seed eaters.
Blue-and-yellow Macaws have lifespan may go up to 60 plus years. These parrots have golden yellow colored crest, blue turquoise blue wings and tail feathers. These birds fly together in a group in a large flock. Strong bleak that they use to crack the seeds and sometimes it helps them as a third foot.
Habitat: By nature Blue-and-yellow Macaws prefer staying in the dense rainforests and make their artistic nests in the holler trees. In some cases, Blue-and-yellow Macaws are found around swamps, rivers and on the palm trees.
Distribution: Blue-and-yellow Macaw is largely found in the parts of Panama and several other parts of Northern South Africa.
Diet: Blue-and-yellow Macaws consumes plant based food i.e. herbivores. Most of their consumption includes fruits, nuts and seeds. These birds are fond of seeds from Hura crepitans trees that are from spurge family.
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