African Grey Congo Parrots for Sale


Hand Fed African Grey Parrots Available! Weaned and ready for his/her new family!

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. Ideally, the minimum cage size for this bird would be 36’’ long, 24’’ wide and 66’’ high with ¾’’ wire spacing.


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. 

Congo African Grey is the largest of the African Grey parrots, sporting a light gray color in its plumage, and a solid black beak. The African grey parrot is not just a top talker — this bird is also known for its extreme intelligence, which gives them the moniker “The Einsteins of the Bird World.”

African greys are capable of amassing vocabularies of up to 1000 words or more and using the words that they learn to speak in context. African greys need plenty of toys that challenge their intelligence, such as foraging and puzzle toys.