Red-bellied Macaw and
Hahn's MacawLet's start with the smallest of the group the Hahn's Macaw - Although the Noble Macaw is closely related to the Hahn's Macaw they are both two distinct subspecies of the Red-shoulder Macaw. Hahn's Macaws are approximately 12 inches long, have long narrow tales and large heads.Basically green with darker green blue feathers on the foreheads and a splash of bright red under their wings. Their feet and beaks are black and are easy to pick out as a Macaw because of the bare eye rings around their face.With the lifespan of 30 or more years these small parrots make great pets. They are easy-going, social and intelligent. They can be trained quite easily and tend to form close bonds with their owners.