On 11/20/08, Darrel wrote:
> Good chance the bird could be a multi-generation catalina, or
> camelot (catalina bred back to a scarlet). Telling tale of
> wether its full scarlet or not are if it has facial feathers.
> Scarlets do NOT, hybrids usually will.
> Actually scarlets do have facial feathers, they are white and
not noticable like blue n golds or greenwings.
> On 11/09/08, Judy wrote:
>> On 9/04/08, Jennifer wrote:
>>> I bought a macaw from a lady who knows nothing about
>>> what I was told is that he is a Catalina Macaw who is
>>> almost 2 years old. I don't think this bird is a Catalina
>>> think the bird is a scarlet. His name is Bubba. Here are
>>> some weird little markings he has. His head is red but on
>>> his neck he has little yellow tips on his feathers. The
>>> tips of his wings are red with yellow bands around his
>>> wings and are tiped with green then light blue and dark
>>> blue. I am not really sure if this bird is a catalina or a
>>> scarlet with different markings. Could it maybe be a Ruby
>>> macaw?? I will post some pictures later.
>> Hi Jennifer;
>> If you go to this site:
>> It is a macaw chat - and - if you post your picture on
>> there - there will be many that will welcome your post as
>> well as help you in distinguishing what breed of Macaw you
>> Looking forward to seeing your post & picture of your baby
>> real soon. Remember scarlet's don't have any red feathers on
>> their face. As a matter of fact it looks like they don't
>> have any hair on their face.