Hyacinth macaws are monogamous and can at most be found in family groups that fly to trees together for foraging in the morning and return to their roosting trees, mostly palm trees, in the evening.
European Endangered species Program
This animal is managed by the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) under the European Endangered species Program.
|Classification||Order: parrots; family: Psittacidae|
|Habitat||Open woodland and grassland landscapes of the Pantanal floodplains, as well as the dry bush savannahs of Central Brazil|
|Reproduction||Up to 3 eggs, incubation lasts 28 days|
|Diet||Fruits, especially palm fruits, berries, buds, nuts with very hard shells and snails|