What is the best cage for an African GREY parrot?

What is the best cage for an African GREY parrot?

Ideally, the absolute minimum size of a cage for the African Grey is 36” X 24” x 48” (3 ft x 2 ft x 4 ft). However, for a happy parrot, you should go bigger than this so she will have room to move and climb, particularly when you’re away from home.

Do African GREY parrots need a cage?

Ideally, a cage for an African grey needs to be 3 feet wide, 2 feet long, and 4 feet tall (Minimum). This is to ensure they have enough space to move around and be as comfortable as possible! When it comes to birds, the bigger the cage, the better.

How big should a parrot’s cage be?

“As a rule of thumb, a cage for a single pet parrot should be at least one and a half times the width of the bird’s wingspan. This is a minimum recommendation. In most cases, bigger is better.”

Why do African GREY bob their heads?

Head Bobbing Head bobbing can indicate that a bird is anxious to go somewhere, or perhaps he is regurgitating to you in an effort to bond with you. Very young parrots bob their heads a lot, as do quaker parrots. Head Shaking African grey parrots shake their heads a lot, as if something is in their ears.

How often should I bathe my African GREY?

Birds should be offered a bath daily. Whether they opt to bathe every day depends on the bird. Many birds enjoy bathing every day, while others prefer to bathe only occasionally. Birds should be encouraged to bathe often, as their feathers and skin will look healthier if they bathe frequently.

At what age do African GREY parrots breed?

In general, a 20 year old Grey would be in his prime for breeding. In the wild, they are not mature enough to breed until they are about 7-10 years old. They do mature much more quickly in captivity, but really should not be set up to breed at less than 7 years old.

How long does an African GREY live for?

23 yearsIn the wild, Estimated
Grey parrot/Lifespan

What do parrots like in their cage?

The cage should give him plenty of room to fly, jump, and/or climb. Provide toys. Most parrot-type birds enjoy puzzle toys and chew toys. Try different types of toys to see what kind your bird prefers, and make sure he has some available at all times.

What do you put on the bottom of a parrot cage?

The bottom of the cage should be lined with a disposable paper such as newspaper or paper towel that can be thrown away every day. Newsprint is now free of lead so it is non-toxic to birds even if they chew on it.

How do you introduce an African GREY to a new cage?

Place the Two Cages Side-by-Side Instead of abruptly forcing your parrot to enter their new cage, you should simply place it next to their current cage for 5-10 days. This will allow them to grow used to it without entering it.

What kind of toys do African GREY parrots like?

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Where can I Sell my African grey parrot?

What are the grey parrot CITES changes?

  • What is an Article 10 Certificate?
  • What bird ownership evidence can I provide for CITES?
  • Pet bird owners who are not intending to sell
  • I’m buying an African/Timneh grey,do I need a CITES certificate?
  • How much does a CITES certificate cost?
  • How long does it take for a CITES certificate to come through?
  • What is the African grey parrot?

    Grey parrots are very intelligent birds.

  • These intelligent birds require plenty of physical and mental stimulation.
  • If special efforts are not taken,greys can easily become “one person” birds.
  • What is a grey parrot?

    The grey parrot is a medium-sized, predominantly grey, black-billed parrot. Its typical weight is 400 g (14 oz), with an approximate length of 33 cm (13 in), and a wingspan of 46–52 cm (18– 20 1⁄2 in).