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African Grey

The Congo African Grey Parrot is a medium grey bird with shades of light grey on the body. The feathers on the head have brushed white edging. The eye area is of bare white skin. A solid black beak and bright red tail are the finishing touches to this magnificent parrot. They vary in size from 12-15" from beak to tail, also can vary in weight between 400-650 grams depending on the frame of the individual bird. Given the appropriate nutritional requirements in a nurturing home, African Grey's can have a lifespan of 50-70 years.

The Congo African Grey as a baby parrot will have dark grey to black eyes up until they are roughly 6 months of age when their eye color starts to lighten. By the time they reach a year, their eyes become a pale grey color. At about 1.5 to 2 yrs their eyes will turn a pale straw color. And lastly at about 3 years of age (as an adult bird), they will have a light yellow iris. This is one way to be able to determine an estimate of how old a baby is when visiting bird stores. Grey's usually reach maturity at about 3 years of age and breeding age at 5 to 6 years.

Cockatoos

Umbrella Cockatoos "Cacatua alba":
Umbrella's are very social loving birds needing lots of attention. They live upwards of 80 years old. So it is important to make sure to have a plan for your loved one just incase he finds himself without you. Changeing a birds rountine is not always a good thing and can result in them turning into a screamer, and unfortunately that is the way birds end up being passed from home to home. Having a bird is a life long commitment. So don't buy a bird just because it's cute or out of impulse. It doesn't make for a happy bird, or owner.



Moluccan Cockatoo


The Largest of the White Cockatoo are beautiful salmon colors, very affectionate and dedicated to the owners. Not a bird for a novist.



Rose Breasted or Galah Cockatoo



The amazing colors of the Rose breasted will take your breath away. They are very fun-loving and make wonderful pets. They are very sweet and good talkers.

Macaws

Blue & Gold Macaws "Ara Ararauna":
Size is approximately 34 to 36 inches from head to tail. They are the sweetest of all the macaws and very intelegent and can be good talker. They need lots of room and can be loud so special consideration should be taken before considering buying a macaw. Don't get a bird out of impulse or because it beautiful so many birds get passed around and in up in rescue homes. Take time to consider the birds needs they are a committent for life.

Harliquin Macaw

Hahns Mini Macaw
The Hahn's Macaw is a mini macaw and is ideal for beginers as they are charming, very easy to handle, and very social.
Severe Mini Macaw
Another mini macaw, Severe Macaw's are very loving birds. They enjoy affection, are very social and easy at learning tricks.
Senegal Parrots
Senegal Parrots are very loving, quiet, caring birds that speak softly and are able to acquire a moderate vocabulary. Senegal owners should be mindful as they are creatures of habbit and routine and love to spend time with their owners.

Eclectus

The strikingly beautiful Eclectus hails from the South Pacific. There are 9 to 10 subspecies of Eclectus, the most common are: Grand, Vosmaeri, Red-Sided, Solomon Island, Biaki, and Macgillivray. The first three listed are considered common, and the Solomon Island is becoming more easily available. Eclectus make wonderful pets and have excellent talking abilities. They also love to mimic their favorite sounds, such as microwaves, laughter, opera, and sneezing. Known as the most color dimorphic parrot in the world, they were kept and considered gifts from the Gods in early Egypt because of their beautiful feathers.

Sun conures
Ranging in size from 10 to 15 inches in length, Conures are very sociable, intelligent, playful, and gregarious. It is said that Conures are excellent companion birds because they adore their owners making them ideal family birds.



RED SUN CONURES

An unusual mutation of the "Normal" Sun conure very rare and very difficult to get, but we have them!!!



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