African Parrot Grey health diet personality intelligence training and care

African Grey Parrot health diet personality food intelligence and care

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African Parrot Grey

Everything you need to know about parrots health ,diet ,nutrition food, cage size, and Parrot toys, Care,breeding, talking parrot,African grey personality,Parrot Flight Training, parrot behavior problems,ways to socialize and train the African grey, teach the parrot to talk,What parrot makes the best pet,Why do they mimic human speech,Facts About African Grey Parrots

African Parrot Grey is your bridge to the parrot world African Grey, Congo, Timneh, Macaw Cockatoo, Amazon, Eclectus, Lovebird, Galah, Sun conure, Cockatiel.

  • cockatoo-parrot
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    Cockatoo vs Cockatiel

    Cockatoo vs cockatiel The cockatoo and cockatoo are very beautiful birds, native to Oceania. It would be fair enough for an average person to identify...

    Cockatoo vs cockatiel The cockatoo and cockatoo are very beautiful birds, native to Oceania. It would be fair enough for an average person to identify them as birds belonging to the same group because of their similarities presented. This is because the cockatoo is one of the cockatoos. Therefore, for the differences between them to...
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    Cockatiel bird

    Cockatiels are so popular as pets because they are smart, active, and fun. Once they have taken possession of their new home and residential area...

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    Macaws

    Have you lost your mind for his majesty Macaw Parrot? Unsurprisingly, these majestic birds are for many the embodiment of parrots. It is easy for...

  • African Grey Parrot Talking
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    African Grey Talking

    African Grey Talking This is the most popular speaking bird! The African grey is distinguished from other parrots by having the best ability to mimic...

    African Grey Talking This is the most popular speaking bird! The African grey is distinguished from other parrots by having the best ability to mimic the human voice, he is able to record thousands of words and place them in a very specific context, which makes him really capable of interacting with his owner. Hi...
  • Green Racquet-tail of parrot
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    Green Racquet tail of parrot

    Identification 29 cm. Bill pale greyish; yellowish green on head and underparts, slightly darker on wings and tail, with spatules blackish and lateral feathers above...

    Identification 29 cm. Bill pale greyish; yellowish green on head and underparts, slightly darker on wings and tail, with spatules blackish and lateral feathers above dark blue tipped black. Female less yellowish. Immature lacks spatules. Systematics History Part of the P. discurus clade (see that species). Monotypic. Subspecies Monotypic. Distribution N & C Luzon and Marinduque, in...
  • Yellow-breasted Racquet-tail
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    Yellow-breasted Racquet-tail Parrot

    Identification 37 cm. Bill pale bluish grey; forehead and face green; crown to hindneck rich blue with red patch in mid-crown; breast, sides of neck,...

    Identification 37 cm. Bill pale bluish grey; forehead and face green; crown to hindneck rich blue with red patch in mid-crown; breast, sides of neck, nape and mantle dull olive-yellow shading to yellowish green on underparts and to dull green on back and wings and tail, with blackish spatules. Female has blue reduced or even...
  • Blue-winged Racquet-tail
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    Blue-winged Racquet-tail Parrot

    Identification 28–30 cm, plus racquets of 5–6 cm. Green parrot with racquet-like tail extensions, bright blue-green head, sky-blue crown and whitish-grey or bluish-grey bill  , becoming...

    Identification 28–30 cm, plus racquets of 5–6 cm. Green parrot with racquet-like tail extensions, bright blue-green head, sky-blue crown and whitish-grey or bluish-grey bill  , becoming palest at tip; iris pale yellow to brown; legs grey. Male has large red spot in centre of crown, underparts and collar more yellowish green, darker green on wings and head,...
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    Mindoro Racquet tail parrot

    Identification 27 cm. Very similar to formerly conspecific P.discurs (see Taxonomy comments). Head bright green strongly suffused powder-blue on crown (but green on forehead), upperparts...

    Identification 27 cm. Very similar to formerly conspecific P.discurs (see Taxonomy comments). Head bright green strongly suffused powder-blue on crown (but green on forehead), upperparts mid-green, wings green darker on inner webs of flight feathers, outer primaries blue-green, underwing-coverts green and underside of flight feathers greenish-blue, underparts light yellowish green, uppertail green, the outermost tail...
  • Blue-headed Racquet-tail
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    Blue-headed Racquet-tail Parrot

    Identification 27 cm. Pale greyish yellow bill; entire head and nape light blue extending onto breast, becoming greener on lower breast and belly and yellow...

    Identification 27 cm. Pale greyish yellow bill; entire head and nape light blue extending onto breast, becoming greener on lower breast and belly and yellow on vent; upperparts dull green; spatules dark green. Female has blue confined to crown and sides of head. Immature similar, with no spatules. Systematics History Recent phylogenetic study indicates that...
  • The risks of multi-species cohabitation of parrots
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    The risks of multi-species cohabitation of parrots

    Cookie loses face You can easily imagine the power of a macaw’s beak. Also, when Cookie, the lovebird, went to say hello to her alleged new...

    Cookie loses face You can easily imagine the power of a macaw’s beak. Also, when Cookie, the lovebird, went to say hello to her alleged new friend, Oscar the macaw, what had to happen happened. The wire mesh of Oscar’s cage allowed Cookie to stick his head inside to better inspect this new installation recently arrived...
  • The health of the parrot depends on the right diet
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    what do parrots eat

    Offering the best to your parrot is certainly everyone’s wish, but despite all their good intentions, the best of owners can find themselves helpless in...

    Offering the best to your parrot is certainly everyone’s wish, but despite all their good intentions, the best of owners can find themselves helpless in the face of the food whims of their bird. Funny situations are sometimes observed. There is the person who loves their bird so much that they would do anything to please...
  • Australian tea tree oil a danger for parrots
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    Australian tea tree oil a danger for parrots

    Each year brings us its revolutionary new product for parrots, generally a “natural” product, since unfortunately the word “natural product” has a connotation of “safe...

    Each year brings us its revolutionary new product for parrots, generally a “natural” product, since unfortunately the word “natural product” has a connotation of “safe for health”. It is difficult to find nowadays a product which does not contain the word “natural” on its packaging or in its presentation; popular imagery that anything “natural” is better than...
  • Little budgie and cockatiel health book
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    Budgie and cockatiel health book

    The budgie ( Melopsittacus undulatus ) and the cockatiel ( Nymphicus hollandicus ) are two species that I meet very frequently in consultation. No wonder they are so popular: they each have...

    The budgie ( Melopsittacus undulatus ) and the cockatiel ( Nymphicus hollandicus ) are two species that I meet very frequently in consultation. No wonder they are so popular: they each have an endearing personality and more and more bird lovers are literally falling under their spell! Some health issues peculiar to these birds are discussed in this text along with some...
  • Venipuncture sites in parrots
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    Venipuncture in parrot

    When acquiring a new parrot, it is recommended to have your bird tested for certain viruses or diseases or at least, to do a basic...

    When acquiring a new parrot, it is recommended to have your bird tested for certain viruses or diseases or at least, to do a basic blood test ( hematology and biochemistry ). To do this, your vet will need to take a blood sample from your parrot. There are several sites that can be used to take a blood...
  • Bacterial contamination of parrot water
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    Bacterial contamination of parrot water

    Pipo’s soup recipe Soup, Pipo the blue macaw knows that! He does it every day. His recipe is simple: 1 bowl of clean water 1 bowl of...

    Pipo’s soup recipe Soup, Pipo the blue macaw knows that! He does it every day. His recipe is simple: 1 bowl of clean water 1 bowl of seeds 1 bowl of mash Fruits and vegetables to taste Dip the feed, one at a time in the bowl of water, then eat it. Let the croquettes that have fallen...
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    Seed extract for parrot

    © GSE by © Nutribiotic (grapefruit seed extract) is made from organic grapefruits whose active substance is grapefruit seed extract. © GSE is a thick, liquid...

    © GSE by © Nutribiotic (grapefruit seed extract) is made from organic grapefruits whose active substance is grapefruit seed extract. © GSE is a thick, liquid concentrate that can be found in just about any health food store (* © Nutribiotic, ©vitamins for birds Citricidal, © Agrisept, © ProSeed), which has been in use for several...
  • Recognize a sick or suffering parrot
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    Recognize a sick or suffering parrot

    Can you judge the well-being of your parrot by its appearance? No! As we have seen and seen again… and seen again, parrots are gregarious...

    Can you judge the well-being of your parrot by its appearance? No! As we have seen and seen again… and seen again, parrots are gregarious animals and especially prey animals. Due to their gregarious status, the group takes precedence over the individual, and if a parrot is injured or sick, prey and gregarious instincts take over. Consequently,...
  • Health of parrot
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    Parakeet health

    Chilly? This is normal, you are ill. Remember to pamper yourself during your convalescence and especially stay warm. Good room heat helps you maintain your normal body temperature...

    Chilly? This is normal, you are ill. Remember to pamper yourself during your convalescence and especially stay warm. Good room heat helps you maintain your normal body temperature more easily, and your recovery will be easier and faster. Normally a good part of your metabolic energy is used to keep your body temperature at its optimum level, which is...
  • Hardware and toys of the parroket
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    Parrot Toy Unsafe Material

    What about zinc? Parrot Toy Unsafe MaterialBefore offering a toy with metal parts to your parrot, make sure that these do not contain zinc ( zinc...

    What about zinc? Parrot Toy Unsafe MaterialBefore offering a toy with metal parts to your parrot, make sure that these do not contain zinc ( zinc plated or galvanized ). This metal is highly toxic to parrots. Although rumor has it that we can “clean” these metals with vinegar to make them safe, it is not. VINEGAR CLEANING DOES NOT...
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    poisoning of parrots with toxic fumes

    Exit quickly parrot outside of the house or away from the source of poisoning and take him where he can breathe fresh air. Give the bird air ( artificial respiration...

    Exit quickly parrot outside of the house or away from the source of poisoning and take him where he can breathe fresh air. Give the bird air ( artificial respiration if the parrot stops breathing ). Quickly find a clinic ( same dog and cat ) and have the parrot give oxygen in an induction chamber ( oxygen cage ), the only really effective way to save the...
  • the Disturbing parrot
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    the Disturbing parrot

    What is the most disturbing about this photo… The pallor as well as the extreme thinness of the young girl? Or the sickly and surreal color...

    What is the most disturbing about this photo… The pallor as well as the extreme thinness of the young girl? Or the sickly and surreal color of the parrot…? A little bit of vitamin for both would certainly not be scorned …
  • Hiding toys for parrots
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    Hiding toys for parrots

    Parrots love their privacy and are in constant search of the ideal nest ( even without a reproductive goal, it is an innate behavior ). So, hiding...

    Parrots love their privacy and are in constant search of the ideal nest ( even without a reproductive goal, it is an innate behavior ). So, hiding boxes, tents, small houses, privacy perches, or anything that can be used to hide ( depending on the size of the bird ) is greatly appreciated by our Coco. Beware of...
  • Poisonous trees for parrots
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    Poisonous trees for parrots

    French name Latin name Cherry tree Prunus avium, cerasus plum tree Prunus domestica Apricot tree Prunus armeniaca Fishing * (1) Prunus persica Red maple Acer...

    French name Latin name Cherry tree Prunus avium, cerasus plum tree Prunus domestica Apricot tree Prunus armeniaca Fishing * (1) Prunus persica Red maple Acer rubrum Teak Tictona Cedar Thuja Weeping fig tree * (2) Ficus Wig tree Fotinus Juniper Juniperus Oak * (3) Quercus If Taxus Common chestnut tree Aesculus Virginia creeper Parthenocissus quinquefolia...
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    parrot wings

    “As the crow flies”. If I ask you the meaning of this expression, you will probably answer me that it designates the most direct path...

    “As the crow flies”. If I ask you the meaning of this expression, you will probably answer me that it designates the most direct path between two given points. Now, if I say “a flying bird” to you, that’ll sound like the simplest definition of what a bird is, right? In any case, it is...