Selling two Macaw parrots
Male and Female pair
We bought these parrots 3 years ago. They are very sociable and enjoy both adult and children company. My son has been training them both and they are very tameable.
They have been together since birth and I will only sell them as a pair - will not separate them under any circumstances.
Reason for selling- I have changed my job and work away for long periods so do not have time for them to give them the proper care they require.
Looking for genuine animal lover-i have had quite a few people come to take them but I have not sold them as I want them to go to a loving home where I know they will be looked after properly.
They are 5 and 6 years old, have been laying eggs but unfortunately doesn’t set on them. I don’t have no experience in breeding Parrot.
Any more information text me or call me
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