Macaws are any number of parrots that belong to the Psittacidae family. There are actually 6 versions of macaws, all different but sharing some similar characteristics. For instance, they have long tails, tend to be colorful and have large beaks. They also tend to have light-colored facial patches.
Macaws come in a variety of sizes, with the Hyacinth being the largest. Macaws eat a large variety of fruit, seeds, nuts and other things they can find when they forage. They tend to have colorful feathers and just like a fingerprint, their coloration patterns are unique to them. You can stop by and see our very own feathered friend anytime!