The Hyacinth Macaws are as colorful as any other parrot species. Their upper body is covered with ultramarine glossy blue feathers, which are slightly gray at the neck, and their beak is massive and hooked. Their eyes and the lower mandible base are outlined by prominent yellow color. These birds have short, sturdy legs, which help them hang upside down and sideways. It has a long and pointed tail. These blue Macaws have a wingspan, which is 15.3-16.7 in long.
The Hyacinth Macaws are beautiful, adorable parrots with attractive colors.
How do they communicate?
The Hyacinth Macaw makes harsh gutter calls of ‘kraa kraa.’ They like to socialize with humans. They are talkative and also can mimic humans.
The Hyacinth Macaws are the largest flying parrots of the Macaw species, and the Hyacinth Macaw size is two times in length and mass to that of a normal Macaw.
How fast can a Hyacinth Macaw fly?
The Macaw Hyacinth can fly at a speed of 35 mph, and perhaps these Macaws are the largest flying parrots in the world.
The mass of this Macaw Hyacinth ranges from 2.6-3.7 lb.