African Greys for Sale


African greys are available in two subspecies: the larger Congo and the smaller Timneh. They are mostly grey and white with a red tail.


One of the most popular parrots kept by aviculturists is the African Grey. Congo African Grey Psittacus Erithacus Their beautiful red tail feathers stand against their pale head and grey bodies. African Greys are well recognized for their incredible ability to imitate human speech and a wide range of environmental sounds. Hundreds of words, phrases, and noises can be learned by a well-trained African grey.

African Grey Parrots are the most appealing and intelligent of all the birds. They’re very lovely. These grey parrots can mimic and recognize different voices. Whistle, squeak, shriek, and other sounds are common. The owner must become acquainted with the microwave, telephone, doorbell, dripping water, and other sounds made by the parrot.

The African grey parrot has a reputation among bird lovers as one of the most proficient talking/mimicking birds on the planet. The African grey parrot is one of the most well-known bird species among bird enthusiasts. This parrot is one of the most popular psittacine species among bird lovers.

They may make excellent companions and are extremely gregarious. However, it is not a decision to be made lightly when considering adding an African Grey to the family. They necessitate extensive instruction as well as regular love and connection. It’s a long-term commitment, but one that can pay off handsomely. Congo Greys have a bright red tail and a light grey face.


These parrots are ash-grayish in color, with white edgings on the head, the most recognizable part of the body. They have a small, short tail that is tinged with bright red. The beak of an African grey parrot is small, robust, and black. The color of their eyes can range from mild yellow to bright red. Their feet are dark grey, with black nails.

Natural Environment


The African grey parrot is native to African countries around the equator and can be seen in equatorial Africa.




African grey parrots are the smartest of the parrot species. Many become exceedingly gentle and affectionate toward their owners, and the species is well-known for its friendliness.

An African grey that is bored or ignored, on the other hand, is a miserable bird. A dejected or enraged bird will scream its dissatisfaction. So you must provide plenty of cerebral stimulus for the bird.


A clever bird can also be a thorn in the side. It is not a cuddly bird while being quite gregarious and demanding engagement. Even if their owners make every attempt to socialize them with the rest of the family, some birds tend to become “one-person” birds.


Life Expectancy

In captivity, an African grey parrot can live for 40 to 80 years. If properly cared for, African greys can live for another 50 to 80 years.


Having an African Grey Parrot as a pet

African Grey Parrots are bright birds who require social interaction and a stimulating environment to thrive. Try teaching your pet to speak or training it to do simple tricks because it will enjoy spending precious time with you chatting and playing. Providing a variety of perches and conceal treats throughout its enclosure will improve its quality of life. Puzzles and chewable objects are excellent forms of fun for your African Grey, so have a continuous supply of store-bought and homemade toys on hand. The minimum cage size for this bird should be 36″ long, 24″ broad, and 66″ high, with 34″ wire spacing.


Nutrition and Diet

Sweet potatoes, fresh kale, broccoli, carrots, apples, and peppers are among the fruits and vegetables we feed our African Grey Congo Parrots. Before feeding the bird, all fruits and vegetables must be thoroughly washed to remove hazardous toxins. We also sell Uccello seeds, pellets, and nuts in a range of sizes. It’s critical to feed your pet birds the correct nutrients to keep them healthy. Many health and behavior issues can be avoided if a parrot’s food is balanced from the start. When it comes to feeding pet birds, we must keep in mind that not all bird species have the same dietary requirements.

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