The severe macaw is the ideal bird to someone looking for a dramatic pet bird who lacks the space to keep one of the larger macaws. Severe macaw is many in size with a full-size macaw personality. They affectionate clowns and assuming they are hand raised

One of the larger Aracaris the pale mandible Aracaris is generally viewed as a subspecies of the more widely known collared Aracari. It is these is a similarly clearance with a beak and breast appearance the main difference. They are found primarily in th

The Scarlet Macaw is one of the larger species of Macaw native to South and Central America. Prior to the ban on importation of foreign parrot species into Australia small numbers had been brought into Australia for breeding so they are available here how

Common Names: Hahn’s Macaw, Hahn’s Mini-Macaw. Scientific Name: Ara nobilis nobilis. Origin: Northern parts of South America. Size: About 30cm in length from the beak to the tip of the tail feathers, they are the smallest of all the Macaws. Average Lifesp

The Green Aracari is the smallest of the toucans, weighing in at 125 grams. Its total length is only 24cm and its beak is only 5cm long. The Green Aracari is one of the few species of toucans that are dimorphic with males and females being greatly differe

The collared aracari is a member of the toucan family, as with all aracari is the gold aracari is a relatively small member of the toucan family averaging 41 cm in length from beak to tail tip. These natives of rainforest areas of South America are mostly

The Blue and Gold Macaw (Ara ararauna ) while a very popular pet in Australia, is an expensive one as well. They are very colorful, large birds with a big personality and ready to interact you on a moment

The Blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis) is endemic to a area of rees that dot the level plain. They weigh 750g and are 85cm long and are vivid in appearance with turquoise-blue wings and tail, and bright yellow underparts. They have a large bill, long

The Ariel toucan is a small to can roughly 40 cm from beak to tail tip with a beak of 8 to 12 cm they are very colourful with a bright orange breast, red eye-skin a brilliant blue eye and red abdominal feathers. Housing as with all toucans they should be