Welcome to my world of.......
and Alex's very own homepage..........
and just who is Alex?
. . . a bird with his own homepage??
Alex is a 13 year old male Hyacinth Macaw who is extremely
spoiled, somewhat pampered, and never gets enough attention! Most of the time Alex lives
with 5 other macaws and an African Gray named Willow, who strangely enough, happens to
sound more like a macaw every day. All. . . in my house!! or mini zoo!! Also, are
four cats, who for some strange reason are terrified of the birds. Wings flutter, cats
run!! While you are here, enjoy Alex and all his friends, . . but be sure to visit the KAYTEE Hyacinth Macaw Foundation page
and see what you can do to help save this most endangered of all the macaws. Another link,
The Macaw Landing Foundation will show you just where your money goes and how it has saved
many hyacinth breeding sites from destruction. Your donations ARE working! The wild
hyacinths are making a slow, slow comeback. The year 2000 was once scheduled as the
year of their extinction, but your dollars are pushing this date further and further into
the future. This Christmas, give your bird a real treat, make a donation in your birds
name to the KAYTEE Hyacinth Macaw
Foundation. Alex and his friends will love you for it!!
Macaws are messy, noisy, rowdy, intelligent, playful, destructive, rough, and sometimes downright mean, but they are some of the most beautiful and interesting creatures ever placed on this earth.
Letters to Alex
Alex goes to College
While you are here be sure to
So you want to know what it's like!: Life With Alex
If you have birds, you need this: Handy Bird Info
In case of emergencies, from Dr. Bart: Be Prepared
Avian Heath Tips from Alex's very own Veterinarian, Dr. Bart, D.V.M.
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PLEASE, DO NOT PURCHASE WILD CAUGHT
BIRDS! For every wild bird imported TEN of them die in transit. All of the birds pictured on this page are domestic bred
birds and therefore do not pose a threat to the Ecology of the Rainforests of South
America. Most of these macaws are on the endangered list and some are on the verge of
extinction. If you want to find out what YOU can do to help save the wild Macaws and other
birds of the Rainforest from extinction please call
1-800-KAYTEE-1. . be sure and tell them Alex sent you!