Nobel Macaw

Predominately an emerald green Macaw with a dark blue forehead and bright red shoulders, these jewels are very elegant. They have the bare white flesh on the face - a distinguishing feature of Macaws. The Noble Macaw is slightly larger than the Hahn’s Macaw, and has a horn colored beak, rather than the typical black beak.

Average Lifespan: 30 – 40 years ​

Sexing: Sexing these birds requires a DNA test, as they are not sexually dimorphic and you cannot tell the sex just by looking at them. ​

Origin: Brazil, south of the Amazon ​

Trainability: When hand-raised, these birds make wonderful pets. Their owners will be captivated by their antics. (Wasabi, Laura's bird, rules her household and takes no back seat to her two Cockatoos, despite her small size). Good talkers, and extremely animated, Noble Macaws are very intelligent and quick to learn words and tricks. They are very active, always looking for the next thing to climb or chew. ​

Loudness: Like all Macaws, the Noble Macaw can be a bit vocal. However, they do not have the loud squawk that larger Macaws are famous for. They would make a decent apartment bird if you are not too sensitive to noise (or have nosey neighbors who are). But if noise is an issue, perhaps another parrot species would be more appropriate for your home.