Saturday, November 19, 2011

Miligold macaw

The miligold macaw is a first generation it is a cross between blue and gold macaw and the military macaw.

The distribution is There a captive bred hybrid macaw and are hard to find and the wild.

The description is miligold macaws, being a cross between a blue and gold macaw and a military macaw, can have a very pleasing coloration. Both parents of the Miligold Macaw contribute to the striking colors of their offspring, though the father's have the dominant gene and this will influence their final appearance.Some of the characteristics seen in this bird are the blues of the Blue and Gold being tempered on the Miligold to a more greener aquamarine, with the outer wings retaining blue flight feathers. The head can resemble the coloring of the blue and gold, though with more greens. It can also have the the red lore of the Military Macaw.The best way to be certain which bird is the father, however, is to ask at the time you obtain your bird.

The size and weight is the miligold is a full sized macaw since it is the cross with military they are smaller so 70-86 cm.

Care and feeding is a roomy cage is required unless the bird is to be let out for extended periods. Many birds can spend most of their time on a play pen or parrot perch. They eat a variety of seeds, nuts, fruits, and commercial pellets, as well as the same nutritional foods humans eat.

Social behavior is They are a very gentle bird that will get along with more than one person. But they are a typical macaw and can be cranky at times. To have a well rounded bird that enjoys more that one person, make sure it is well socialized with lots of folks.

The breeding and reproduction is they don't bred but other hybrid are breeding.

There are no sexual differences.

The potential problem is they are noisy.

The availability is they are available and are breeding more.

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