How do you get a African Grey parrot?

How do you get a African Grey parrot?

African Grey Parrot The African grey parrot’s ability to talk and mimic sounds makes this medium-sized parrot a captivating companion. African grey owners often report that their greys oftentimes talk in context and seem very attuned to their people’s emotions. The African grey parrot is not just a top talker — this bird is also known for its extreme intelligence, which gives them the moniker “The Einsteins of the Bird World.”How do you get a African Grey parrot? Care & Feeding There’s a reason why the African grey is often considered the poster bird for parrot intelligence — not only is this bird inclined to amass a large vocabulary, African… Read More

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Do all African GREY parrots talk?

Do all African GREY parrots talk?

1. Are there two types of African grey parrots? Yes, there are two African grey parrot species: the Congo African grey and the timneh African grey. The Congo African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus erithacus) weighs 435 to 500 grams, measures 13 inches in size and has a red tail. The timneh African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus timneh) weighs 300 to 375 grams, measures 9 inches in size and has a horn-colored upper mandible and a maroon tail. In terms of behavior, owners sometimes say timneh African grey parrots are more easy-going than Congo African grey parrots.Do all African GREY parrots talk? 2. What should my African grey parrot eat? Proper… Read More

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How big do African Greys get?

How big do African Greys get?

African Grey Parrot: The Ultimate Guide (2022) Common name: African Grey Parrot. ?How big do African Greys get? Latin name: Psittacus Erithacus Group name: Flock Diet: Herbivore (Nuts, fruits, small insects, and seeds) Adult size: Up to 13 inches long Adult weight: 400 grams. Life expectancy: Captivity – 40 to 60 years, Wild – 20 to 23 years Color: Predominantly grey Sounds: Vocal communicator Interaction: Highly social Origins: Western and Central Africa African grey parrots are the natives of the lush green African forests. They are highly social birds that live in large family groups. An African Grey Parrot is a lovey-dovey bird. If you don’t take proper care of… Read More

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