Camelot MacawÂ has a lot of Scarlet Macaw in it from its parentage. The Scarlet Macaw, the best known South American parrot for over 100 years, is one of the most popular macaws frequently described as “beautiful and striking”. The Camelot inherits all that beautiful coloring and more!
The life expectancy can be anywhere from 8 to 80 years, depending on the species. Canaries have an average life expectancy of 10 years, macaws 60-80 years, cockatoos 50 -70 years, cockatiel 15 -20 years and finches 5-15 years.
When choosing a bird, make sure itâ€™s healthy; a sick bird is no bargain no matter the price. Do not choose a bird that makes clicking sounds when they breathe. In most cases, birds show symptoms of sickness when the disease is quite advanced. Sick birds appear tired, ruffled or droopy and hide their heads under their wings. Droppings stuck to a birdâ€™s tail feathers is not a good sign. If your bird has any of the above symptoms, take her to a vet immediately. Take caution when introducing new birds to your bird. May birds harbor contagious disease-causing organisms. Place the new bird in an isolated room for a certain period of time.