- 1 Blue – Yellow Ara (Ara Ararauna) Parrot
- 1.1 Yellow – Blue Arachnid Habitats
- 1.2 General Description and Characteristics of Yellow-Blue Arachnid
- 1.3 Yellow-Blue Arachnid Nutrition Patterns – What Eats?
- 1.4 Reproduction Patterns of Yellow – Blue Arachnid
- 1.5 Yellow – Blue Arachnid Pet Care and Cage Life
Blue – Yellow Ara (Ara Ararauna) Parrot
Yellow – Blue Arachnid Habitats
Where Do Macaws Live?
They are widely distributed in the South American continent. Brazil extends to northern Paraguay, eastern Bolivia, eastern Peru, eastern Colombia, northern to Panama, southern Venezuela, Trinidad, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana, with the exception of the very marginal Southern and Eastern regions.
However, as with many parrot species, araunas have begun to retreat from their densely populated areas. One of the obvious reasons for this is that people spread, invade and destroy their living spaces. This is the beginning of hunting creatures.
They choose to live in tropical to subtronic forests along these margins and partly in open savannas.
General Description and Characteristics of Yellow-Blue Arachnid
Macaw Parrot Sizes
Approximately 80 cm. It has dimensions. The top of their feathers is a lovely shade of blue. The abdomen and thorax are golden yellow. The forehead is green and a blue tone moves from the top of the head to the nape. The parts called cheeks are hairless white skin. The road road is covered with black lines. These lines differ for each parrot. The nose is pinkish in color. The area under the beak is black. A green tone in the form of a thin line separates this area from the beginning of the chest. In addition, this golden yellow area in the chest area extends upwards so that the ears are covered from the sides. The undersides of the wings are green-yellow. The top of the tail is blue and the bottom is cascading yellow.
It has a large black beak. Its feet are dark gray. Eye color is called ivory. (Bone beige)
Yellow-Blue Arachnid Nutrition Patterns – What Eats?
What Does a Macaw Parrot Eat?
It consists of fruits, but they especially consume the fruits of the Inaja (Mavimiliana Regia) and Tucuma (Astrocaryum Spec) palms, which belong to the region where they live. In addition, they also eat hazelnut species and blackberries in the region.
This species, like many, goes to the muddy waters in certain regions and takes the minerals they need from this slime. By consuming this slime, they are protected from the poisons of poisonous plants.
Reproduction Patterns of Yellow – Blue Arachnid
The incubation period begins in November in those south of the area where they are common. Those in the northern region begin to breed in February – March.
Where Do Macaws Live?
They make their nests at least 30 meters above the ground in broken palm branches. When choosing a nest, they prefer branches that have been destroyed by insects and are easy to carve. Unfortunately, these nests are always in danger in years when there is plenty of precipitation.
They usually feed and raise a single brood, even if the brood consists of at least 4 eggs.
Yellow – Blue Arachnid Pet Care and Cage Life
When you consider its size, you realize that it is a difficult species to care for in the home environment. When it spreads its wings, it reaches 1 meter. Since they are a very good volatile, they should only be looked at in keels that have been built in a very large area (as much as they will need) to be looked at. If picked up as puppies, they are very friendly with good training.
Other features are the same as yellow– red intermediate. These species in captivity are paired with other intermediate species, Ara Chloropterus or Ara Macao, as they produce beautiful colors and bring profitable sales, although this is a contrary behavior in terms of species. Thus, hybrid intermediate types emerge. This species is very confused with its close relative, Ara Glaucogularis, which is among the endangered intermediate species. However, when looked carefully, it is seen that the forehead and under the beak part are different colors, the face shapes are different and the other species in question is more petite.
Mutation Macaw Parrots
Macaw Parrot Lifespan – How Many Years Do They Live?
Macaw parrots have an average lifespan of 20 to 50 years in their natural life. A healthy macaw(ara) parrot lives an average of 20 to 50 years as long as it is fed in tree holes and fruits in its natural life.
A pet macaw living in a cage life can live between 20 and 30 years when well cared for.