African grey babies for sale
$650.00


The Congo African grey (Psittacus erithacus erithacus) is the nominate and more popular grey of the subspecies that we see in the pet trade. Perhaps it is due to the lure of its bright red tail. The Congo grey is the larger of the two subspecies. Other common names include: Ghana, Togo, Cameroon and Angola greys; however, they are all the same subspecies. The nominate Psittacus erithacus erithacus originates from different regions or countries of Africa. Regional origin accounts for variations in coloration and size.The Congo African grey parrot has shades of grey covering the body. The feathers appear darker on the head and gradually lighten to a light silvery grey toward the chest and leg area. Darker feathers appear to have a white-scalloped edging, but if you look closely, many of the silver feathers have the same white tips. The wings are darker, and the primary coverts are a very dark grey to almost black. The eye area is void of feathers and is actually a bright white patch of skin. When you hear of a grey parrot “blushing” this describes that white patch of skin turning pink. The toe nails and beak are a solid black, and the most magnificent finale on the Congo grey parrot is its bright red tail.
This beautiful African grey is currently available. This sweetie pie lives to snuggle and is super friendly. If you interested and want additional details, please email me and I will be happy to answer any questions. Located in Blvd Gainesville, FL 32607. We can ship for $125 Weather Permitting.
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PARROT and EGGS BREEDER's has been training and breeding parrots for sale for more than 09 years. We've been breeding and raising birds for most of our lives..Note: If you already own a parrot and are trying to get help to understand your pet better give us a call or email us. We are Bird Behaviorist Specialists. We can teach you how to modify you parrots behavior and help you teach your parrot to become a better family pet.
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Is your Parrot intelligent? Smart enough to talk? Would you like your Parrot to talk to you? Do you know how to teach your Parrot to talk?
Most people only think that African Grey Parrots, Cockatoos or the larger Macaw Parrots are the only parrots that can talk. This is incorrect! Any parrot can learn to talk! All they need is the proper instruction. Another tip to remember when you want to start teaching your parrot to talk, is the location of his cage.
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