African Grey Congo Parrots for Sale. Our babies raised with a lot of love and attention are very sweet and tame. Looking for an African Grey Congo Parrots for Sale, then you have come to the right place with over 5 to 9 months babies available. They can make outstanding companions, and they are incredibly social. The decision to add a Congo African Grey Parrots to the family should not be taken lightly. They require lots of training and consistent love and interaction. It is a life-long commitment, but one that can be extremely rewarding.
African Greys are most famously known for their high intelligence and fantastic talking ability. But they are so much more. They can make outstanding companions, and they are extremely social. The decision to add an African Grey to the family should not be taken lightly. They require lots of training and consistent love and interaction. It is a life-long commitment, but one that can be extremely rewarding. Congo Greys are large with a light grey face, and bright red tail.
Hand fed very sweet and tame Congo African Grey Parrots, this species is known for their great ability to talk and mimic sounds. These species are a multi-person family bird companion.
We feed our African Grey Congo Parrots, a variety of fruits and vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, fresh kale, broccoli, carrots, apples, and peppers. All fruits and vegetables must be thoroughly washed to remove any harmful chemicals before being fed to the bird. We also feed a variety of Uccello seeds, pellets, and nuts. Feeding pet birds the right foods is important for their health.
The Congo African Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus Erithacus), is the largest and more commonly known of the two types of the African Grey Parrot.
Congo African Grey Parrots are approximately 12 to 14 inches (32 to 26 centimeters) in length and usually weigh 16 ounces (450 grams). They are gray in color and have a solid black beak with a bright red tail.
African Grey Congo Parrot
The Congo African Grey Parrot from Congo can be somewhat larger and lighter in color than one from Cameroon, which would be medium-sized and a darker grey in color.
It has been determined that if you start in the country of Ghana or Togo and radiate outward in all directions, there is a progressive change in the shade and size of the Congo African Grey Parrot.
The Congo African Grey that is indigenous to Ghana and Togo is nearer the size and about as dark as the Timneh African Grey. As you branch out in all directions, Congo African Grey Parrots get larger in size. As you go eastward, the shade of grey lightens, and toward the South, the shade of grey remains the same. Pretty interesting fact!
Congo African Grey Parrots are talented talkers and begin talking between 12 and 18 months old. They love to mimic sounds and are quite adept at sounding precisely like their owner’s voices. Congo African Grey Parrots exposed to more human interaction will tend to speak more cognitively than those that aren’t.
African Grey Parrots are flock birds and need interaction and stimulation to develop into their full potential. They are sensitive and very aware of what is going on around them. Time out of their cage and playtime with their humans and toys are extremely important.