African Grey Parrot Care & facts – African Grey as Pet Bird

This video is all about African grey Parrot care guide and facts.
We have discussed the Origin and history of African Greys as well as ideal diet and better living conditions.
African greys are one of the most intelligent parrots.
They need a lot of attention and time to stay happy and healthy.
We have also discussed their common disease and health issues in this video.
African Greys are most charming pet bird and they can are among the best talker and can mimic human speech and various sounds.

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Comments

  1. Hey there! I actually have a question about fish!
    I have a 10 gallon tank that is currently being cycled without fish.
    So you know of any fish that do well in a community freshwater tank?
    I also want a bottom feeder, possibly a snail.
    Any advice would be nice.