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African Grey Parrot for sale - African Grey Parrots (Congo: Psittacus erithacus) & (Timneh: Psittacus timneh)

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African Grey Parrot for sale African Grey Parrot for sale


Price: Various
Breed: African Grey Parrots (Congo: Psittacus erithacus) & (Timneh: Psittacus timneh)
City: Rosebery
State: NSW
Zip: 2018


African Grey parrots are famous for their amazing talking ability. These birds are able to remember and mimic hundreds of words. I was surprised with one African Grey Parrot we had in store that not only spoke beautifully, but also mimicked local birds from where it grew up in the Blue Mountains; such as Currawongs and Bell Birds – and did so with perfect clarity. Like most parrots they usually don’t start talking untill they reach at least 9 months of age.

African Grey Parrots, like most parrots, because of their high intelligence, need things like behavioural enrichment swings to give them a form of exercise. Changing hanging toys regularly keeps the birds interested and alert, as well as a good sized cage where they can stretch their wings and of course plenty of attention from their family i.e. YOU. Don’t be afraid to take them out of the cage and  simply spend time with them, as this will result in a much happier bird.

Be sure to supervise your bird when out of the cage, as you never know what trouble they may get themselves into or any hidden dangers.

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