Scarlet Macaw Parrot


Step into the vibrant world of Scarlet Macaws, where every moment is filled with energy and joy! These active birds love nothing more than climbing, swinging, bouncing, and exploring their surroundings. With their sociable nature and even temperaments, Scarlet Macaws make wonderful companions, forming strong bonds with their human family members.

Their intelligence and willingness to learn, coupled with their impressive talking ability, make them cherished members of the family for bird lovers worldwide. But be prepared—Scarlet Macaws have powerful beaks that love to chew, so providing them with strong toys is a must to keep them entertained and happy.

Rest assured, our Scarlet Macaws will be safely transported to any location, arriving right at your doorstep. At 1 year and 2 months old, they’re bursting with vitality, with confirmed health and vaccinations to ensure their well-being.

Our shipping is 100% guaranteed to any location in the world, reflecting our commitment to providing exceptional service to our clients. When you choose to buy from our farm, you’re choosing nothing but the best, because we pride ourselves on delivering top-notch care and support to every bird and their new family.

Join our community of satisfied clients and experience the joy of owning one of our remarkable Scarlet Macaws. With us, your satisfaction is guaranteed, because we’re not just a farm—we’re a family, dedicated to making your journey into the world of bird ownership an unforgettable one.



Macaws are the largest parrots in the world — the body of the scarlet macaw from beak to tail can be as long as 33 inches. This beautiful macaw has a creamy white, almost featherless face, with bright red plumage covering most of its body, wings and long tail. Brilliant blue and yellow feathers also adorn the lower wings. The bird’s strong beak is adapted to breaking hard nuts found in the rainforest.

The scarlet macaw can be found from southern Mexico to Peru, as well as Bolivia, eastern Brazil and the island of Trinidad. They prefer to spend their time in tall, deciduous trees in forests and near rivers, usually in large, noisy groups. Macaws also mate for life, nesting from January through April in the holes of dead canopy trees. Mated adults lay up to two eggs per year, and preen each other and their offspring for hours, cleaning bugs from their feathers.