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In shelter Bird

Elizabeth, CO, 80107
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Named appropriately, Rainbow is a gorgeous Scarlet macaw representing feather colors across the visible spectrum. Given the opportunity to express himself and feel the breeze of open air, Rainbow is a delightful and curious individual. He came to The Gabriel Foundation in 2005 via Best Friends at the approximate age of 12-13 years, after hed been a display bird at a Las Vegas hotel. Rainbow came to TGF in the belief that he needed a more varied macaw environment than was available at that time, and this has proven to be accurate. With the opportunity to spend many days outside in TGFs outdoor aviaries, Rainbow is a healthy, fully feathered macaw with a strong presence and sense of individuality. Upon first greeting he may seem intimidating with big gestures and behaviors one could label as aggressive, but given time to learn, grow and become familiar with him, Rainbow is quite the interactive individual. A simple indoor cage is not enough for this bright individual, time outside and interactions to stimulate his mind and physical activity bring him to life. 

The adoption fee for Rainbow is $700. Primary Color: Red Secondary Color: Yellow Weight: 1.06kg Age: 30yrs 6mths 3wks


  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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