African Grey Parrots Are Amazing Pet Birds

African Grey Parrots Are Amazing

African Grey Parrots are some of the most amazing parrots in the world.  They are usually excellent talkers.  At Royal Wings Aviary, proud host of the Michiana Elite Bird Fair, we have several Congo African Grey Parrots.  They think they are human and that they are part of our society.

African Grey Parrots Are Very Intelligent

African Grey Parrots are very intelligent. At Royal Wings Aviary, our Congo African Grey Parrots carry on telephone conversations, call people’s names, mimic all kinds of sounds, and even correct each other.  When we eat, they think they should eat.  When we leave, they tell us, “Bye.”  They are very smart and very social birds.  Hence, there is never a dull moment.

Malley

One of our African Grey Parrots, Malley, talks in both female and male voices.  She likes to very softly and sweetly say, “I love you Malley.”  Then she says “Kissy, kissy” and gives a smacking big kiss.  If you want her to do something she does not want to do, Malley talks to us just like children in our society today talk to their parents; she says, “NO!”

Angel

Another of our African Grey Parrots, Angel, asks in a soft sweet voice, “Are you ok?”  Then she says, “Come here.”  Don’t let her fool you though.  If you stick a finger in her cage, she will bite you.  Unfortunately, she came from an abusive home here in Michiana.  Fortunately, she lives at Royal Wings Aviary now.

Seymour

Seymour, a Congo African Grey Parrot who actually was brought to the United States from South Africa, loves to say, “Seymour is a turkey” and then gobbles.  He also likes to say,  “Seymour is a chicken” and then clucks.  One Thanksgiving, Seymour, who normally never gets off his cage, came walking into the dining room, where our whole family had gathered for Thanksgiving dinner, and started begging for turkey.  Interestingly enough, turkey is one of Seymour’s favorite foods.  The most fascinating thing about Seymour is that he carries on meaningful telephone conversations.  The phone rings, and Seymour says hello, carries on a lengthy conversation, says he has to go or thank you, and then says good-bye.  He is very entertaining.

A Wonderful Pet

The African Grey Parrot makes a wonderful pet.  You will never have a dull moment.  You may never have a quiet moment until the lights go out.  But you will never regret getting a handfed African Grey Parrot for a pet.  He will be your buddy.  He will entertain you.  He will talk to you, and he will play with you.  He will be your buddy for many, many years.

49 thoughts on “African Grey Parrots Are Amazing Pet Birds

  1. looking to purchase a hand raised parrot, could some one please help me find some breeders in my area? Lafayette indiana

      • Kelly,
        I have no Congo babies currently. However, I have a Timneh grey, Zoe, who will be 2 1/2 this summer. She is a pet. If interested please call me at (574) 273-1767. Pam Sysinger

  2. Hi my parents have an African grey parrot and have had him since I was really little. Rocky has grown attached to my mom but my dad can’t stand the bird. We have always called rocky him but recently he layed an egg. Long story short my dad whats to get rid of him and is looking for a safe place to take him where my mom would be ok with it. we live in Greenwood indiana. Please let me know if you guys adopt

  3. I am trying to locate an African Grey Timneh or Congo. I would like information on any breeders that I could contact if you don’t have any available. I live in Indiana south of Fort Wayne. I would appreciate any help you could give me.

    Thank You
    Cynthia

  4. I am looking to purchase an African or Congo grey… Do you have any available, or will you in the future? How much do you ask for them…

    • We are taking deposits now. We have a proven pair on eggs. Handfed Congo African Grey babies are $1500. Deposit is half. Pam Sysinger

  5. Hi Pamela,
    My husband has always wanted an African Grey. However, I believe it would be wise to go see some and interact a bit before making that large decision. They require care and I want to make sure that both of us are up to the challenge. We live in the Indianapolis area. So my question is whether we can visit your aviary and get of sense of birds as we have never owned one? Also, I note that you do not currently have any African Greys for sale. Any idea when you might have some?

    Debbie Kirkpatrick

  6. hello Im looking for a friendly african gray for my son birthday. Its not until June 29th. I can Pay up to 600 max. either kind is fine. thanks

    • Ivey,
      I have one Timneh grey female available. However, she is above your price range. If you are interested you are welcome to call me at (574) 273-1767. Pam Sysinger

    • Nichole,
      I have 2 females available. They both were pets but need to go to homes where someone knows how to work with bigger birds. Pam Sysinger

    • Henry,
      The ONLY person who will contact you from my Royal Wings Aviary website is ME. Anyone else contacting you is a fraud. Pamela Sysinger

    • Henry,
      I have no male Congo greys available currently. However, I do have 2 females for sale. Let me know if you are interested. Thank you. Pamela Sysinger

    • Danita,
      I have 2 mature females available. They need to go to people who have had experience with big birds. Pam Sysinger

  7. rockyi2@aol.com,
    Hi, my name is Rocky. I would love to adopt or purchase at a low priced an African Grey Parrot. I have alot of experience with birds. I have had an conure that lived a long fruitful life. I also have hatched and raised quail, chicken, ducks and turkeys. My phone # is (201) 819- 8809.

    Thank You,
    Rocco Incorvaia

  8. Hi,
    I live in Columbus Ohio and I am looking for African Gray baby. Do you have one available. And how much does it cost to own one. What other birds do you have.

    Thank you

    • Sorry, but I have no African greys available currently. I have been handfeeding High Red Conures and Crimson Bellied Conures. I also have cinnamon Quakers, dilute lovebirds, and lots of handfed English Budgies available. You can reach me at 574 273-1767. Pam Sysinger

  9. Looking for a little help here… My one year-old male Congo Grey is a real sweetie, and loads of fun. The one thing is that he screams really REALLY loud, usually when he doesn’t have my attention. He seems to be bonded to me but I don’t think he hates my wife. Do you think he will outgrow this whenever he realizes I’ll be here/be back? Is there anything I can do to help? The scream brings physical pain to my ears and my head. Thanks, Bob

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