Saturday, November 19, 2011

Rubalina macaw

The scientific name is the rubalina macaw is a second generation macaw is a cross between ruby macaw and catalina macaw.

The distribution is they are a captive bred hybrid. And are hard to find.

The description is rubalina Macaws are very colorful, carrying the blues, greens and gold's of the Blue and Gold and the Greenwing, along with the beautiful red coloration from the Scarlet portion of their parentage, especially on their underside. They are a full size Macaw and are highly intelligent and inquisitive. Having a lot of Scarlet Macaw parentage, they may also have a bit of an indomitable spirit. Hybrids are usually bred for color rather than personality, so their characteristics can be uncertain. A Rubalina Macaw needs good socialization and a firm consistent hand in training, especially it matures

The size and weight is they get over 2 pounds and are 90 cm tall.

The care and breeding is they need a 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.

The social behavior is The rubalina Macaw typically takes on a composite of traits from all its parentage, having a sweet friendly nature, as well as being highly intelligent and curious. They can be a very good natured pet bird, though the Scarlet influence may also introduce a bit of an indomitable spirit.Though the characteristics of birds that are hybrids are uncertain, they are a typical macaw. Hybrid Maui Sunrise Macaws can be cranky at times and may even be a one person bird or only like men or women unless well socialized with lots of folks.

The breeding and reproduction is they don't breed but the hybrids are breeding more common.
There are no sexual differences.

The potential problem is they are noisy at times.

the availability is they are rare, they are available, and expensive.

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