Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Hyacinth Macaw at the Nashville Zoo

On a trip to the Nashville Zoo, I captured a few pics of the Hyacinth Macaw. The macaw is such a gorgeous color of cobalt. 

The macaw is a parrot native to central and eastern South America. Notice the yellow ring around the eye. It is an endangered species and there are an estimated 2500-5000 Hyacinth macaws left in the wild today. 

I am thankful that I went to the zoo with my grandsons. It's always a joy to spend time with them and watch the excitement in their eyes - Judy. 

Linking to:

Outdoor Wednesday @ A Southern Daydreamer
Wild Bird Wednesday @ Paying Ready Attention Gallery

Nature Notes @ Rambling Woods

Home and Garden Thursday @ A Delightsome Life 
Share Your Cup Thursday @ Have A Cup of Mrs. Olson
Thankful Thursday @ It's a Small Town Life
Sweet Inspiration Link Party @ The Boondocks Blog on Fridays

Saturday's Critters @ Viewing Nature with Eileen on Saturday
Camera Critters on Saturday
I'd Rather Be Birdin' on Saturday at noon


  1. I see lots of quite ordinary parrots around my house but NEVER anything as exotic and beautiful as that blue beauty in your post. Thanks for sharing - I can dream of seeing one!!

  2. Beautiful!
    Have a wonderful day!

  3. That bird is just gorgeous and the perfect shade of blue.

  4. Oh what a beautiful blue bird! Great photos of him.

  5. Oh my goodness, such an amazing color. Thanks for sharing such a beauty.........

  6. Hello, This Hyacinth Macaw is a gorgeous bird. It is sad that they are an endangered species. I love their color blue and the yellow eye ring. Lovely post and photos. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

  7. Big city zoos are a hoot forgive the pun and what is better than going with kids. Lovely bird, they have some parrots at the shoe store I go to and they are not friendly, lol.

  8. Wonderful trip for making great memories, a beautiful bird indeed!

  9. God's creations are truly amazing - only He could make this blue!!! I hope when young people go to the zoo this helps inspire them to protect the animals and our planet for future generations!

  10. Such a beautiful bird - so sad that they are rare now. A day at the zoo with little ones sounds wonderful. x Karen