Harlequin Macaw Natural History
This macaw reaches lengths of 86 cm.
Habitat and Distribution
This bird does not have a natural distribution because they are bred in captivity.
This bird can live for over 50 years.
This macaws diet is made up of a mixture of different fruits, seeds and nuts.
Groups and Breeding
People rarely breed hybrids with one another however when they do, or when these birds are produced by crossing the two original species, 2 to 3 eggs are generally produced, which hatch out after around 28 days.
This bird has no threats in the wild where it has no natural population.
This species is a hybrid between the blue and gold macaw and the green winged macaw.
The Harlequin Macaw During your Day Out in Kent
Our harlequin macaw can be seen living with our other macaws opposite the ring-tailed lemur enclosure.