The green wing macaws are one of the largest macaws that can be found in central South America. This specie is found in the Argentine provinces of Chaco Corrientes, Formosa and Misiones. The chest of the green wing macaw is red, but the lower feathers of its wings are green. The breast of the red and green macaw is bright red while the wing feathers is mostly green. The bird has tiny feathers with red lines around it eyes, which differentiate it from the scarlet macaw and it is clearly larger than the scarlet macaw as well. Green wing macaws are the second largest macaw species after hyacinth macaws.
They are about 95cm in length and weighs approximately 1.2kg with a lifespan of 60-65 years. This parrot is an excellent pet bird, extremely smart, gentle and calm but can be aggressive if not given the right attention. If you are looking to buy a green wing macaw, you can put your trust on Hansen parrots to give you the best pet birds. A portion of the green wing macaw population is in Trinidad, they might have escaped from captivity. In the wild, they eat fruits, seeds, berries, nuts, protein and in captivity, they eat cooked chicken. Green wing macaws are not very active as other parrots but they also need a lot of exercise for physical stimulation.