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Who Are You Callin’ Mini?

Mini macaws live large

By Nikki Moustaki

Mini macaws are small in size and huge in personalityWhen most people hear “macaw,” they think of a large bird with a big beak and an even bigger voice. A macaw is “a lot of bird,” for certain. But the mini macaws are “a lot of bird” in a smaller package, making them the perfect fit for macaw lovers who might not have the space for a hyacinth macaw. What the mini macaws lack in stature, they more than make up for in personality, intelligence and affection, as their owners will attest. Read on to find out more about these diminutive macaws.

**For the full article, pick up the July 2009 issue of BIRD TALK**

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I had the exact same question...which is true?
Marc, Grand Rapids, MI
Posted: 6/24/2009 9:13:11 PM
I was confused about this article. There was a description of how to tell two subspecies apart in the article, but the sidebar said the exact opposite???
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