EDISON, NJ - Spikey, an eight month old Military Macaw escaped seven days ago and was last seen two days ago in South Edison. He was seen on Colton Rd, then moved on to BJs area.

Anyone seeing him can contact Lonely Grey Rescue at 732-585-5559 or post a message on the Facebook page Help Find Spikey

Lonely Grey Resecue is a registered, non-profit parrot and bird rescue located in Woodbridge New Jersey. We are on the New Jersey Department of Fish and Wildlife list.

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About Military Macaws

Military Macaws are large birds that can reach sizes of up to 30 inches from the beak to the tip of the tail feathers with wing spans of over 40 inches.

A Military Macaw can be expected to live for up to 50 years or longer.

Military Macaws are social and very vocal, They have a reputation for being pleasant, even-tempered pets when handfed as babies and properly socialized. Military Macaws are curious birds, and they enjoy playing and interacting with their human "flock." Those interested in owning a Military Macaw should make sure that they have plenty of free time to spend with their new bird.

Military Macaws are mainly green, with brilliant blue edging on their wings and a bright red patch on their foreheads. They have bold black beaks and dark grayish legs and feet. Their eyes are framed by the classic bare macaw facial patches, each boasting impressive concentric rings of small black feathers