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All babies are weaned and as appropriate, have had polyoma shots.
The African Grey is primarily ... grey. There is a white area around
the eye, and a red tail. There are two types of Greys, the normal African
Grey and the Timneh race. The Timneh race has a dull red tail. There is a
third type of African Grey.
Length: 13 Inches (Larger bird, but has a short tail)
Ave. Lifespan: 50 - 65 years
Sexing: The male african grey has a flatter, broader head and is generally one inch bigger in size that the female. The female has a longer, more slender neck and a smaller rounded head than the male. The female also has a more eliptical shape to the eye, whereas the male's is more round. The male Congo african gray parrot usually is darker on the wings and has red feathers around the vent.
Trainability: Known as the best parrot at mimicry. Studies have shown that the Grey can actually understand and use human language. Greys can be very tempremental, and are known to be nippy. They have a tendency to pluck feathers if bored. And the bird tends to bond to one person.
Loudness: Relatively quiet.
FeatherHeads ~ 2008
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