Macaw parrot in Chennai is loud, social and large birds that make excellent pets. It is important to spend some time caring and bonding to keep the Macaw healthy. Give the baby Macaw pellet parrot feed which contains all proper nutrients. In baby Macaw’s diet, 80% should consist of pellets and 20% of veggies and fruits. Feed the Macaws fresh vegetables such as sweet potatoes, dark leafy greens, carrots, zucchini, and cucumbers and fruits such as apples, bananas, mangoes, berries, plums, oranges, grapes, papayas, and cherries. The baby Macaw will benefit from additional supplements and treats such as nuts, pecans, almonds, walnuts, and meat. The Macaw can also be given small amounts of cooked turkey or chicken.
Give the baby Macaw clean, fresh and chlorine-free drinking water daily. The water dish must be cleaned every day. Foods such as chocolate, avocados, and caffeine are toxic and lead to severe medical problems. As Macaws in Chennai are social, they require interaction with the owners. A lack of interaction leads to mental and physical suffering. Let the Macaw be out of the cage frequently because they need to move freely and stretch the wings.
Give a bathe to Macaw using a gentle hose or spray bottle. This helps to remove bacteria, dirt, and dust. It also helps to prevent respiratory issues and allergies and hence improves the overall health. To prevent the Macaw from escaping, you can have flight feathers clipped. Keep Macaw’s claws short to avoid damage to your home. Give the baby Macaw toys to keep their beaks short.