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Congo African Grey

Wholesale Bird & Cage Congo African Grey for sale

Feeding & Care

Do not feed birds fruit seeds, avocados, chocolate, onions, apple seeds, uncooked beans, uncooked rice, alcohol or caffeine as these can cause serious medical problems, and kill them

A Congo African Grey's diet should consist of 70% pellets, and 30% fresh fruit & veggies. They can be very picky eaters, which leads to people giving them seed as their main source of food. This will cause health problems, diet issues, and obesity.

TThey do need a large amount of social interaction so they can bond with your "flock". They are considered the most intelligent of all parrots , and need a lot of stimulation to keep them from becoming aggressive or self mutilating.

African Greys are highly intelligent. They need a steady supply of various toys, and socialization to keep them mentally stimulated. All Africans need plenty of mental stimulation, and socializtion to help keep them happy, and to keep them from turning to neurotic and self destructive behaviors which African Greys are known to do if they're not cared for properly.

They need a variety of different sized perches to help exercise, and stretch their feet.

Wholesale Bird & Cage Congo African Grey for sale

Bio

African Greys are extremely intelligent. They will watch, and observe everything in the house they live in. They will watch their owners running to the door when guests arrive, going to answer the phone or to the microwave whenever it beeps. Then, they learn to mimic those sounds to get their owners attention.

Appearance

Congo African Greys are larger then Timneh African Greys. They grow to 14 inches. They have grey feathers with white accents. Their belly is a lighter grey, and fades into an almost white towards the tail. Their tail is a bright almost blood red.

Wholesale Bird & Cage Congo African Grey for sale

Description

African Greys are amazing, and intelligent parrots. They are considered the smartest of the parrot family, and the best talkers. Due to this, there are certain behaviors that African Greys are prone to if not handled, and trained correctly. Also, if not given enough socialization they will very quickly turn into a "one person" bird which is very hard to break them of.

Congo African Greys normally live to 65 years, but are now know to live much longer due to better diets, and care that's now available.Thought, and consideration should go into the purchasing of a companion bird because these are lifetime companions.