Macaws are the most colorful parrots of the bird family. They are appropriately called winged rainbows possessing powerful large beaks and long tails. They are considered the largest birds among the parrot species both in length and wingspan. The birds flaunt a unique blend of beauty, intelligence, inquisitiveness and other engaging legendary traits. Macaws are expected to live for about 60 years to 70 years or more. They have a size of about 11.8 to 39.5 inches and weight from 4.5 oz to 3.75 lbs. Macaws quite playful and lovable birds. Macaws are intelligent birds that also thrive on activities designed to challenge them, such as foraging activities. Foraging involves searching for food or time spent enjoying food. Large macaws have equally large vocalizations, and their squawks and screeches can be quite loud and ear piercing. A potential macaw owner needs to take a macaw’s large sound into consideration especially if he or she lives in an apartment with nearby neighbours. Macaws can be taught to talk and they might also be inclined to whistle or imitate sounds and noises they hear in and out the house. Adding a macaw to your family means you have enough room and time for the macaw to make a good companion for you, because macaws need spacious accommodation, love, affection and attention.