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Attalea
palm nuts!


Attalea spp.




The fruits of Attalea palms are amazing! Attalea palms are giant feather

palms native to Mexico, Central and South America and are eaten by

wild macaws! Hyacinth macaws commonly feed upon "Acuri" palm nuts,

 an Attalea species, in addition to Acrocomia aculeata "Bocaiuva"

palm nuts.  Macaws and these nuts go hand in hand...or

should I say, nut in beak.  Many videos of Hyacinth macaws feeding in

the wild show them feeding on these nuts! 


READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE FROM THE FIELD ABOUT HYACINTH MACAW WILD DIETS

 In the Land of the Hyacinth Macaw By: Jessie Zgurski
 


CLICK TO PLAY VIDEOS
 






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Attalea palm nuts




Buy Attalea Palm Nuts

Currently sold out (August 2015) - more about October -December.

Attalea palm nuts
weight lbs. (quantity nuts)
 
 

Shipping using USPS Priority Mail Medium box (up to about six pounds of nuts) special reduced rate of $9.95.
Shipping using USPS Priority Mail Large box (up to about 11 pounds of nuts) special reduced rate of $14.95
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Money back guarantee, satisfaction guaranteed!  At the time of shipping I personally inspect the quality of each order and only mail out excellent quality nuts.  Please email photographs and a description of the problem (to avoid shipping charges) and I will refund your purchase price (minus the shipping cost) for the portion in question.

 
No pesticides, herbicides, soaps, etc. were used on the palms or the fruit that I sell, nor do they come in contact with any parrot species before shipping since I do not have any captive birds.  I recommend, as with any natural food item, that it be inspected and washed before giving it to your bird and not come in contact with your birds water source or water dish.  Parrots do not dunk these foods in their water source in the wild.  
 
Wild parrots thrive on these exact natural foods in the wild and there is no reason to believe they would be any different from other natural produce however, extraneous circumstances dictate that discoveryparrot.com and associated persons shall not be held liable for any damage or loss.
 
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