Our African Grey Congo Parrots is extremely tame and friendly. Says hello and can do tons of sound effects. Steps up great goes on a shoulder, loves to play. Very cuddly loves being held, not cage defensive at all. Must have experience with parrots as this is an amazing bird and I won’t let her go to just anyone. Prove you can provide a good home and have done your research.
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 essential for their health. A balanced diet based on sound bird nutrition recommendations is the key. Balancing a parrot’s diet from the beginning may prevent many health and behavior problems.
In order to keep pet birds mentally happy and stimulated, they require new and different types of toys. This is not just for the bird’s pleasure, as denying a bird mental stimulation can lead to an array of unhealthy and harmful behavioral issues. These issues can include plucking out their own feathers, screaming, and biting. Many of these toys are puzzle toys. Food can be placed inside the toy where the bird cannot easily reach it, so it must figure out a way to get the treat out of the toy. These types of toys are amazing for people who cannot be home with their birds 24/7 due to work. It keeps the bird entertained with its favorite food or treats, and you can rest assured your precious pet is having fun and staying occupied until your return. The more intelligent the bird species, such as large parrots, the more these types of toys need to be given to keep the bird mentally healthy and avoid bad behaviors.