Macaw Bird Cages

two blue and gold macaws playing with their beaks

Majestic and powerful, Macaw parrots are an icon of the rainforest well-suited for serious avian enthusiasts. You must be dedicated to taking excellent care of your large, colorful pet and it all starts with finding the best Macaw bird cage possible.

We've carefully chosen each Macaw cage below to fit the exact needs of this talkative and sociable giant feathered species because we know serious lovers want only the best.

After all, a Macaw isn't just a pet, he is a member of the family! Your highly intelligent bird is a loyal, loving, lifelong companion.

The setup options below will give your parrot all the space he needs in an enclosure and plenty of room to climb around. Plus, they will be able to withstand the strong beaks and feet of a Macaw.

For smaller Macaws like the Severe and Hahn's, we recommend a reduced bar spacing of 3/4 inch to 1 inch. The cage for mini Macaw species should be at least 34" wide, 24" deep, and 36" tall.

For larger parrots like the Blue & Gold, Green-winged, Military and Hyacinth Macaws we recommend bar spacing of 1 inch to 1.5 inches. Also, aim for a minimum bird cage size of 36" wide, 48" deep, and 60" tall - enough to easily open and flap their wings inside.

How to Choose

Our team at Bird Cages Now presents you with dometop setups and playtop enclosures for added climbing fun with built-in, portable stands. Plus corner varieties and walk-in sized aviaries to maximize your bird's space.

Take a careful look through the top-quality options by species we have above for every Macaw, featuring large and extra large cage options for sale with a variety of feature sets. 

Keep in mind the dimensions listed above are the absolute minimum sizes you should go for. The larger the enclosure you can provide to care for and raise your Macaw the better, and they will love you even more for it! For a Severe mini Macaw you will just need to make sure the bar spacing isn't too wide.

Remember to give your feathered friend as much time outside their habitat as possible so they can spread their wings and fly around regularly. Plus, keep them occupied with numerous toys and activities to avoid the development of boredom, stress, and other destructive habits.