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African Parrot Psittacus Erithacus

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African Parrot Psittacus Erithacus, Many people have also often described the African Gray as a truly independent bird and in fact, many say that Captain Greystone loves to be petted and that birds who only love verbal interactions, but are not really inclined to engage . with their owners at least physically, the cockatoos are good, so I decided to feel my interaction with Riki my African gray to see what the answer is.

Are the African Grays affectionate and are they cuddly birds, so hopefully after that post, you’ll have a better idea of ​​the weather in Athens, Greece, life interactions or amethyst shit, they are really independent of the birds so before I got Riki I was really hesitant to get a gray just because of all the negative things I had? “I heard about it. I mean, I wanted a truly interactive, at least physically interactive, pet.

Parrot African Grey

African Parrot Psittacus Erithacus

A gray did not really seem to belong to this category, but after Riki, I completely changed my mind and changed in a way, but the purpose of this post is not to convince anyone to go out and buy or to buy a gray actually that advises against most people and that’s because Many people have friends who have African Grays who talk or see videos of tombs that make cute little tricks or Grace or really cuddly and they have this misconception and they are misled into thinking that if they buy a gray Do not have this perfectly affectionate bird in their home who will talk with them and will do really cute stuff for his family and friends What people do not realize is that there is a lot of time and effort involved in creating and shaping a bird so as to become personally personal through my smoking experience ,
  I realized that it was a very cuddly bird, there is no doubt, she is really affectionate, very loyal and also very attached to me.

African Grey Parrot

That’s why I’ve sort of called her a bit too because, as you can see in the post, she’s really very nice so yes, Grace has the potential to become really cuddly and very sweet, but this that I want to repeat, but I can not insist too much. Would the right way be someone who is willing to invest time before finding one who does research on these animals to find out what it is and what are the requirements to prevent them from choosing a cage until their training, because without looking for it without the knowledge of the behavior of these birds what you are going to have very quickly in the hands is not a sweet bird that you have already seen at a friend’s house, but what you have is a huge burden for yourself and for your family you’re going to have a gray that’s going to be a huge spider and a grave it’s just super aggressive that we have to establish a dominance and show to the birds who were the boss however if you’re there think in the world ca African grays can count more than three hundred birds so think that anyone who has a dominion over the other 300 is simply a complete nonsense should not be based on the Force but rather on a trust based on positive reinforcement.

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