Cindy African Grey Parrot
Cindy African Grey Parrot. 15-months-old female African grey Cindy tames in beautiful feather. Thank you for taking the time to check out our listing. All our birds are very well socialized and used to the everyday household activity. At TJ Macaws and African Grey home, you can trust in our years of unmatched experience and quality. We offer a 6-month genetic health guarantee on all weaned baby birds (see our guarantee tab) and gender analysis for all babies. African Greys have an average lifespan of 40 to 50 years and also possess a highly intelligent and fun-loving personality. African greys – both the Congo and Timneh — are intelligent, fun-loving animals that crave their owner’s attention. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Buy african grey bird. Baby African Grey Parrot For Sale. African grey parrots, or simply “grey parrots,” are a species of parrot most well known for their advanced speaking abilities. Some individuals have had astoundingly high vocabularies and problem solving abilities. In comparison to other parrot species, these birds are medium sized. The typical specimen weighs in at 14 ounces on average, are about 13 inches long, and have an 18 – 20 inch wingspan. They have grey feathers across their bodies, and black colored beaks. African Grey Parrot For Sale | african grey for sale | african grey parrot price | african gray parrot for sale | grey parrot for sale | african gray for sale | african gray parrot price | african grey for sale near me | Cheap African Grey Parrots For Sale Near Me | baby african grey for sale
The Zoo is home to one African grey parrot named Minnow. He was born in 1995 and came to the Zoo in 1998. African grey parrots are well known for their ability to mimic sounds and words, and Minnow is no exception. Minnow is a part of the program animal collection.
Status in the Wild
The African grey is not considered endangered, but is considered threatened by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). Unfortunately, the African grey parrot has become popular in the pet trade due to its attractive colors and unbelievable talent to mimic sounds and words. It is in the top three most commonly traded birds. Due to such a large demand, baby greys are stolen from the wild to supply the demand. The U.S. Wild Bird Act forbids the commercial import of any bird listed by CITES which includes most parrots — endangered or threatened.