Catalina Macaw is a hybrid macaw produced by crossing a Scarlet Macaw Catalina Macaw and a Blue and Gold Macaw and is a hybrid that occurs naturally in the wild. Generally, the female of the pair is the Blue and Gold, Catalina Macaw since Scarlet Macaw females are more difficult to locate. The Catalina macaw usually has a yellow-orange chest with green on the top of the head and green to green-blue, with shadings of orange, on the back of the neck and back. The Catalina Macaws have a long tapered tail similar to that of the Scarlet Macaw. Since the Catalina Macaws look very similar to the Harlequin Macaw, one is sometimes confused for the other.
Catalina macaws respond well to training and can be taught to perform several tricks. Many can learn to talk and gain a vocabulary of around 15 words and phrases over their lifetime.
Catalina macaws are a full-sized macaw. At maturity, they generally weigh 2 to 3 pounds and can reach up to 35 inches in length from the beak to the tip of the tail feathers.
The identity qualities of the Catalina Macaws are a cross-section of the Blue and Gold Macaw and the Scarlet Macaw. The well disposed of air of the Blue and Gold tempers the more nervous propensities of the Scarlet Macaw. They will, in general, be extremely insightful, fun loving, and great talkers. They have a characteristic interest, an ability to learn, and frequently turned out to be exceptionally reinforced with individuals from their families. Similarly, as with any