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Congo African Grey Parrots

Original price was: $1,780.00.Current price is: $780.00.

We specialize in raising tame, well socialized, and confident companion African Grey Parrots. All of our African Grey Parrots receive spacious and clean housing, nutrient-rich food, and constant love and attention from our highly trained staff. In addition, we ensure that each African Grey has adequate socialization for them to become successful feathered companions.

Congo African Grey Parrots. We have Males and Females African Grey Parrots. DNA tested, fully health tested with vet certificate. They are cute and very friendly. They love to be held, stroked, and will climb all over you. They have been hand-reared from a very young age, and so they are very friendly and tame towards everyone, including children. They feed on apples, bananas, and pellets mixed with seeds.

African greys are social parrots that need a lot of hands-on time. However, they aren’t “cuddle bugs.” They will tolerate some head-scratching and a little bit of petting. Still, they do not appreciate intense physical contact, though some don’t mind a little snuggling.

They can be wonderful and affectionate, but, like other large parrots, African greys are considered high-maintenance pets. While “greys” are entertaining and rewarding to keep, they prefer a routine schedule. As a result, they require a substantial amount of time with their owners.

Congo African Grey Parrots

While all types of African grey parrots look similar, there are two distinct types and a couple of lesser-known​ subspecies of this beloved bird. The most popular and common is the Congo African grey. The Congo African grey is the largest of the African grey parrots, sporting a lighter gray color in its plumage, and a solid black beak. The second most common type is the Timneh African grey, which was recognized as a species in and of itself in 2012. The Timneh African grey is slightly smaller than the Congo, and its feathers are darker in color. Another defining characteristic of the Timneh grey is that it has a horn-colored upper mandible instead of a black one. Despite their differences, both of these types of African grey parrots make excellent pets, and both are equally intelligent. upper mandible instead of a black one. Despite their differences, both of these types of African grey parrots make excellent pets, and both are equally intelligent.

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