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  1. African Grey Parrots: Everything About History, Care, Nutrition, Handling, and Behavior (Complete Pet Owner's Manual) by Maggie Wright, 2001-05-01
  2. African Grey Parrot Handbook (Barron's Pet Handbooks) by Mattie Sue Athan, Dianalee Deter, 2009-06-01
  3. A New Owner's Guide to African Grey Parrots (New Owners Guide) by Nikki Moustaki, 2004-06
  4. Training African Grey Parrots by Risa Teitler, 1979-06
  5. African Grey Parrots by Edward J. Mulawka, 1984-03
  6. The African Grey Parrot (About Pets)
  7. African Grey Parrots...Getting Started (Save-Our-Planet Book) by Helmut Pinter, 1994-11
  8. The Adventures of an African Grey Parrot: Livingstone in Space by Patricia Johns, 2003-10-31
  9. African Grey Parrots by Paul R. Paradise, 1979-07-20
  10. African Grey Parrots by Dr. Edward J. Mulawka, 1983
  11. African Grey Parrots by W.T. Greene, 1993-04
  12. The Adventure of an African Grey Parrot: Livingstone on Safari by Patricia Johns, 2003-10-06
  13. Friendly Feathers: Life with Pierre, an African Grey Parrot by Fran Smith, 2008-05-01
  14. Conversations with Cosmo: At Home with an African Grey Parrot by Betty Jean Craige, 2010-04-20

81. Articles About Parrots
Feeding the Companion Parrot. Ghana, Togo, Cameroon, Congo, and Angola greys.Grey Matters…New Thoughts on african Grey parrots. Home Made Parrot Tree.
Library Of Articles - In Alphabetical Order A New Generation in Aviculture Abbreviations - Organizations Abbreviations - Parrot Species Amazing Amazon Birdie Bread ... Main Menu

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A collection of holistic health and diet articles by Dr. Alicia McWatters.Category Health Animal Pets Birds...... Behavior Compatibility Living In Harmony With Companion parrots. Biting The HandThat Feeds Him. Cockatoos african greys Are they Really So Different?

83. Complete Guide To African Grey Parrots By Pamela Hutchinson - African Grey Books
Home Book Store Home Shop Online Books Video Tapes african greys CompleteGuide to african Grey parrots by Pamela Hutchinson, Select a Topic
Home Book Store Book Publishing Racing Pigeons ... Contact Us unless otherwise noted. Home Book Store Home Shop Online African Greys Select a Topic... What's New? BIRD SPECIES African Greys Amazons Budgerigars Canaries Cockatiels Cockatoos Conures Eclectus Finches Lovebirds Macaws Parakeets (Psittacula, Brotogeris, etc.) Pionus Poicephalus (Senegals, Meyer's, etc.) Rosellas Softbills (Toucans, Mynahs, etc.) BIRD TOPICS Avian Veterinary Medicine Bird Video Tapes Miscellaneous Titles OTHER TOPICS Dogs Cockfighting Complete Guide to African Grey Parrots by Pamela Hutchinson Designed for both the pet owner and bird breeder, this book has current detailed information on the purchase, care, feeding, training, and grooming of pet greys, plus chapters on breeding African Greys that offer detailed information for cottage-industry breeders. A must-read if you have any interest in these magnificent birds! Item Number: B320 ISBN: 1895270197 Pages: 128 pp. Published: 1999 Illustrations: Colour photos Binding: Paperback Size: 6" x 9" Price: $25.00 (U.S.)

84. African Grey Books And African Grey Video Tapes From Silvio Mattacchione & Co. A
Complete Guide to african Grey parrots by Pamela Hutchinson training, and groomingof pet greys, plus chapters on breeding african greys that offer
Home Book Store Book Publishing Racing Pigeons ... Contact Us unless otherwise noted. Home Book Store Home Shop Online Select a Topic... What's New? BIRD SPECIES African Greys Amazons Budgerigars Canaries Cockatiels Cockatoos Conures Eclectus Finches Lovebirds Macaws Parakeets (Psittacula, Brotogeris, etc.) Pionus Poicephalus (Senegals, Meyer's, etc.) Rosellas Softbills (Toucans, Mynahs, etc.) BIRD TOPICS Avian Veterinary Medicine Bird Video Tapes Miscellaneous Titles OTHER TOPICS Dogs Cockfighting $50.00 (U.S.) Complete Guide to African Grey Parrots by Pamela Hutchinson $25.00 (U.S.) Return to Top

85. - Article: Choosing A Timneh African Grey
In fact, these birds have a higher incidence of feather picking and feather chewingthan most parrots. Note african greys produce a powder that helps clean

86. African Greys
african greys. This is maroon. The Grey parrot is renowned for itstalking ability; as a mimic it has no rival among parrots. They
African Greys
This is Sheena, a four year old Congo Grey owned by Real Macaw member Shelly Orloff. There are basically two flavors of Grey, Congo and Timneh. The differences are the Congo is slightly larger at 14 inches with bright red tail a black beak and light gray plumage. The Timneh on the other hand is much darker gray with the upper mandible reddish tipped with black and the tail a shade of maroon.
The Grey parrot is renowned for its talking ability; as a mimic it has no rival among parrots. They also reproduce words with such accuracy that the teacher can be identified. This could also be a problem with them reproducing sounds that we don't particularly want to hear at sunrise such as car alarms, the phone, and the ever present wolf whistle. There is no difference in the speaking ability of the two types, but they don't usually start talking till they are a year old.
Greys inhabit central Africa from the Ivory Coast to Kenya and northern Angola, the Congo and Tanzania. The lowland forest is major habitat of the Grey. In the wild they are very difficult to approach. Their diet consists of seeds, fruits, berries and nuts. They have been kept as pets in Europe from at least 1522. Greys are highly intelligent, as demonstrated by

87. -- Parrots
Wellsocialized baby parrots. Macaws, Amazons, Cockatoos, african greys, mini-Macaws,Pacific Parrotlet Mutations, Eclectus, and others. email
e Pet Breeder.Com Y our Online Pet Breeder Directory Parrots Hi Handfed baby parrots Babies available now ! Birds of Paradise Aviaries P. O. Box 1015 Kurtistown Hi 96760 USA
Hawaii's leading breeder of handfed baby Macaws, Cockatoos, African Greys, Eclectus, Amazons, Pionus, Conures and Hawkheads. We ship. Over 15 years experience assures you that you will get a sweet baby. Health completely guaranteed. Breeding stock also for sale.
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At Birds of a Feather we specialize in hand feed baby African Grey Congos, Macaws, Cockatoos, Eclectus, Amazons, Conures and other hand feed babies. We ship all over the U.S. and every baby is vet checked. take a look at our website at
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Il Macaws, Cockatoos, and Greys - Judy Leach's Parrots Marengo Il 60152 USA
Breeder, specializing in Macaws, including Hyacinths, offers an informative and educational web site. Pictures, descriptions, and personality traits of many species. Info about diseases, illnesses, and injuries. Babies and breeders for sale.
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88. Old World Aviaries Prices
Redsided Eclectus. Umbrella Cockatoos. Greater Jardine's parrots. Slender-billedCorellas. Brown-headed parrots. Timneh african greys. Hawk-headed parrots.
Fully weaned, well-socialized, DNA-sexed babies guaranteed to be in good health.
Jungle Nest cages, Roudybush pellets. Price List
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Texas residents at 8.25% sales tax. Eclectus Parrots ( click for photos
Eclectus roratus
(Red-sided, Vosmaer's, Grand, Solomon Island, male or female) Congo African Greys ( click for photos
Psittacus erithacus erithacus
Timneh African Greys ( click for photos
Psittacus erithacus timneh Lesser Jardines
Poicephalus gulielmi fantiensis
Greater Jardines Poicephalus guliemi massaicus Cape Parrot males, P.f. suahelicus and P.f. fuscicollis Cape Parrot females, P.f. suahelicus and P.f. fuscicollis Senegal Parrots Poicephalus senegalus Meyer's Parrots Poicephalus meyeri Red-bellied Parrots Poicephalus rufiventrus Brown-headed Parrots Poicephalus cryptoxanthus Greater Vasa Parrots ( click for photos Coracopsis vasa Lesser Vasa Parrots Coracopsis nigra Rose-breasted Cockatoos (Galahs) Eolophus roseicapillus Citron-crested Cockatoos Cacatua sulphurea citrinocristata Umbrella Cockatoos Cacatua alba Eastern Slender-billed Corellas Cacatua tenuirostris Hawk-headed Parrots ( click for photos Deroptyus accipitrinus All prices subject to change without notice. Prices do not include shipping.

89. Wings N' Things Exotic Bird Supply African Grey Books
african greys. in Southern California where she has been fortunate to learn a tremendousamount of information about many of the hookbilled parrots that are
BOOKS: African Greys
The Grey Parrot.
by Wolfgang D. Grahl. A detailed guide to the handling, care and breeding of African gray parrots. Hardcover, 256 pages with over 80 full-color photos. $19.95 Ea. qty:
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African Grey Parrots.
by Paul R. Paradise 96 pages...almost 100 photos and drawings. This book, illustrated with 51 full-color photos and 45 black and white photos and drawings, presents sensible, easy-to-follow recommendations about all aspects of selecting and caring for an African Grey Parrot. It concentrates on providing readers with the information they need and want, all in an interesting and easy to read style. Following is a partial list of the book's contents:INTRODUCTION * THE AFRICAN GREY * TRAINING * CAGE AND AVIARY * DISEASES * BREEDING * FOOD REQUIREMENTS * OTHER TALKING PARROTS $10.89 Ea. qty:
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Keeping African Grey Parrots
by David Alderton. A wonderfully colorful book thoroughly covering all aspects of these fascinating birds. Hardcover, 128 pages with over 125 full-color photos. $13.95 Ea. qty:

90. African Greys Parrot Painting
african greys Parrot Painting. Sorry, all are sold More comingsoon. Congo african greys - one of the most popular pet parrots. Grey parrots painting.htm
African Greys Parrot Painting
Sorry, all are sold - More coming soon
Congo African Greys - one of the most popular pet parrots. My bird is named Rikki and when Gizmo, my Goffins Cockatoo starts screaming, he calls out to her "QUIET!"
2 Congo African Greys - rich feather details bring out the beaut of these birds. The background is painted in typical Balinese style. When viewed from a distance, the painting looks almost 3D.
African Greys Parrot Painting Features
  • Created specially for Beyond Batik Acrylic on canvas, unframed Rich colours on detailed background Signed by the artist Painting on opposite #87 40cmx50cm Painting below #93 40cmx40cm
Description Price (U.S.) African Grey Parrots Painting 40cm x 50cm (Ref #87) African Grey Parrots Painting 40cm x 40cm (Ref #93) Home

91. © African Parrots
of the character and behavior of Grey parrots, both as very informative, good historyon the greys Gideon). book on general care of pet african greys, This is

Red Tails Timnehs Senegals ... Breeding Greys
These Parrots all originate in Africa, they include the well known Red Tail African Grey, Timneh African Grey, Cape Parrot, Senegal, Jardines, Ruppels, Meyers, and Brown heads. Some, like the Cape Parrot are very threatened and all efforts should be made to try to preserve these wonderful creatures. The past few years we here in South Africa keep hearing that the African Grey imports are to be stopped, and then a new shipment comes in. The African Grey is the most commonly bred parrot in South Africa. The Grey prices have steadily increased over the past couple of years and the demand for handreared chicks is still great. The less popular poor cousin; the Timneh is probably the most underrated pet available, my babies talk as well (if not better) as the red tai , they do not tend to single out one member of the household and are very affectionate. robustus from the fuscicollis.

92. African Grey Parrots
Grey Parrot *Psittacus erithacus* These are some of the young baby african Greysfrom Elma's present stock Grey parrots and Eclectus parrots Both these species

93. African Grey Parrots SummersBirds
it you have not had experience hand raising parrots, I don't Diet All of my baby greysare weaned onto my adult given you a basic idea of an african Grey, and
African Grey Parrots by Amado Summers "This page is for informational purposes only, Amado now works only with Toucans, Toucanets, Aracaris, and Mynahs" The African Greys talking abilities are superior to all, and its lovely shades of gray, and the bright red tail, make it a striking bird, indeed. Congo? Timneh? Much confusion arises in the types of Greys. Basically, it is just two types, the Timnehs, which differ from the Congo's by having a brownish tail, and a horn colored upper beak, Congo's being black. They are also smaller, and tend to be a bit darker.
Now it gets confusing, Terms such as "Cameroon" "Ghana" and others confuse the issue, but these are more geographical descriptions, not species. Congo's can range in size, coloration, and shape. The largest, lightest Silver birds tend to be preferred, but I have some tiny, dark Congo's that are my favorites, so to each his own. Out of my numerous breeding pairs, I have all shapes, and sizes. But, in temperament, and taking ability, an African Grey, is an African Grey. Years ago many imported Timneh's were being compared to domestic Congo's, and this led to some believing the Congo superior, but in my experience, they are all the same, the differences being individual ones, not species specific.
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94. Grey Parrot FAQ
Alex and Dr. Pepperberg have redefined how many people think about african Greysand parrots in general. (Communication with parrots The Pepperberg Homepage).
The Grey Parrot FAQ
by Mike and Beth Holland
The African Grey Parrot has been called "the perfect mix of brains and beauty" (Bird Talk, Aug. 92) and the "cadillac of parrots" (Bird Talk Sept. 93). Much of the notoriety of this species stems from the phenomenal gift of speech members exhibit. While many parrots learn some words or phrases, many cases have been documented of African Greys learning multiple lines of songs, prayers, or plays. The Guinness Book of World Records lists the best talking parrot or parrot like bird as a African Grey named Prudle. Prudle was captured near Jinja, Uganda in 1958 and when "he" retired from public life in 1977 had a vocabulary of nearly 1000 words. Many owners have been surprised (and sometimes shocked) when their Grey learned a new word or phrase after hearing it only a few times. One of our favorite stories in this respect was one related by a priest that had a pet Grey. While hanging some pictures in his office, the priest hit his hand with a hammer. He let out a stream of obscenities that his Grey learned (from this one occurrence according to the priest). The priest's embarrassment was compounded by the other aspect of greys gift for mimicking, that is they often sound exactly like the person that spoke the words or phrase. Greys (the English spelling is usually used - not Gray) are not limited to imitating speech. Phones, microwaves ovens, answering machines, other birds and chain saws (in the African jungle) have all been documented as part of the Grey's repertoire. Many owners and some studies suggest that Greys (and other parrots) don't just mimic but can use words learned in new combinations to convey new wants, needs and desires. Alex, a famous Grey that has been studied for years by Dr. Irene Pepperberg, invented the term "long yellow" to express his desire for more corn on the cob. A European study found Greys to have the intellectual capacity of a 5-year-old human child with the emotional development of a human 2 year old (read as terrible two year old).

95. African Greys
Introducing Our New Baby greys. Hi, I'm just 14 days old. I weigh 242 grams.I don't have a proper name yet, so I am Baby 00111. Mom thinks I am a boy.
Meet Giorgio The Worlds 'Best Dressed Parrot' Visit 'All Birds' Meet 'Royal' Blue Introducing Our New Baby Greys Hi, I'm just 14 days old. I weigh 242 grams. I don't have a proper name yet, so I am Baby 00-111. Mom thinks I am a boy. 18 Days old... Still a little wobbly! Here I am at 23 days. See how I've grown! I weigh 376 grams. 38 days old. Look at me standing tall. Forty-five days today. See my new red tail! 53 days, Trick or Treat! Look at me now... almost all grown up! I'm going home today... bye bye! E-mail me at: Home Up Articles ... Why I Feed Kaytee

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capabilities. greys are considered mediumsized parrots and are suitablefor a wide range of home environments. Hours of Operation.
Macaws Cockatoos African Greys Amazons ... Parrolets These parrots are renowned for their high intelligence and speaking abilities, which some parrot experts say Greys do with full comprehension. Two subspecies are common as companion parrots: the Congo and the Timneh. The Congo is the larger of the two and typically is light gray with a bright red tail. The Timneh are darker and smaller compared to the Congo Grey. They also have maroon colored tails versus the Congo's red tail. Regardless of size and color, all Greys have the same potential for speaking and replicating an astonishing range of sounds. As with any highly intelligent creature, it takes time and patience on the part of the owner for the Grey to reach its developmental capabilities. Greys are considered medium-sized parrots and are suitable for a wide range of home environments. Hours of Operation Mon: closed
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97. Happy Parrots, Conures, Macaws, Amazons, Cockatoos, Parakeets, African Greys And
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Exotic Pets chat boards sweepstakes site shops You Are Here: HOME Exotic Pets Articles Diana Geiger is BellaOnline's Exotic Pets Host Happy parrots, conures, macaws, Amazons, cockatoos, parakeets, African Greys and other birds! Birds and parrots are highly intelligent animals. They need a wide diversity of activities to keep them motivated. They need a wide variety of toys to play with and the toys should be rotated frequently. Most important, they need frequent interaction with their owners. Spending time playing with your birds is an absolute necessity. Birds are highly social and complex creatures and benefit greatly from human interaction. Simple things like talking to your birds help them stay healthy and active. It also helps their speaking skills. Unbelievably, a bird is capable of intelligent speech and has reasoning powers. Whenever you are near your bird, talk to him. If nothing, else describe the chore that you might be undertaking at the time. This interaction with you helps keep him happy and healthy. When a bird is not happy, they can develop unacceptable behavior such as constant squawking. All birds are noisy and that should be expected, but an unhappy bird will keep it up by the hour. Unhappy and unhealthy birds will also resort to feather plucking, often due to boredom. Any bird can be taught tricks. Teaching your bird tricks is a way to keep them happy and active. Learning tricks also teaches social interaction. I have had Canaries, Parakeets, Conures, Amazons, Cockatiels, and Macaws. All have been easily trainable. The younger that I bought my birds the easier they are to train. I have taught parakeet has to pull little, toy cars, or to put one toy inside another toy. I have taught my macaws to play dead, paws up! What these birds are capable of is simply amazing. They can learn color differential. Instruct them to pick out the blue car, or the green car. Award with a bird treat suitable for the bird that you are training. Sometimes change the award to a love award, a kiss, scratch, or a pet. Birds are highly affectionate.

98. Parrot Injuries - Judy Leach's Parrots - Macaws, Cockatoos, African Greys
Judy Leach's Handfed Parrot Babies. Injuries. This page describes some of the differentinjuries and accidents that may be faced in raising or keeping parrots.
Judy Leach's Handfed Parrot Babies
Injuries This page describes some of the different injuries and accidents that may be faced in raising or keeping parrots. I will attempt to describe symptoms and remedies for each of them. It is always crucial that you have an avian vet to consult whenever a problem is suspected. Most often emergencies occur when there is no one available for help. In these cases, it may be necessary to take it upon yourself to do "something" if it is a matter of life or death. I would never suggest that anyone should do anything to avoid veterinarian medicine, but there are times when emergency situations arise and there is no medical help to be found. You may have to take it upon yourself to diagnose and remedy a problem, or lose the bird. The following are maladies that I classify as injuries because they are not caused by virus or bacteria, and are, therefore, not an illnesses. They are caused by improper care, negligence, accidents, and/or environment. Many of the described injuries are limited to babies still handfeeding, but some of them may be encountered with older parrots. If you should ever have to face an emergency situation when an avian veterinarian is not available, feel free to contact me at 815-568-3070 for assistance. Select one of the following or browse all by scrolling.

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