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Uniquely Yours

Hyacinth macaws, black palm cockatoos and hawk-headed parrots aren’t your average Polly.

By Kashmir Csaky

The hyacinth macaw, black palm cockatoo and hawk-headed parrot are three birds that turn the heads of bird enthusiasts and nonbird owners alike. They are all beautiful, exotic, uniquely charming and uncommon in aviculture. No wonder each commands a
high price.

Hyacinth Macaws

I share my life with hyacinth macaws. I breed them, and I have observed them in their native habitat. They are without a doubt one of my favorite birds.

Hyacinth macaws are incredibly big, gregarious, loud, outgoing and social birds. The people who love them share many of these characteristics. Although often beautiful, cuddly and entertaining, hyacinths require more work than some other pet birds.

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

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