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Can My Parrot Eat Fruits?

Can My Parrot Eat Fruits?

Can my parrot eat fruits? In the wild, an African Grey parrot's diet plan includes a selection of seeds, berries, nuts, and fruits. As a bird owner, it is your duty to care for your African Grey parrot to the most effective of your abilities. Can my parrot eat fruits?...

What to Feed Your African Grey?

What to Feed Your African Grey?

What to feed your African Grey? African Grey parrots are largely considered omnivorous due to lack of fixed food preferences. Its food preferences are mostly based on its natural habitat.  Thankfully, today’s supplements have opened new and healthy options for pet...

What Are Toxic Foods for Your African Grey?

What Are Toxic Foods for Your African Grey?

In the wild, an African Grey parrot’s diet includes a variety of seeds, nuts, fruits, and berries. As a bird owner, it is your responsibility to care for your African Grey parrot to the best of your abilities. This includes feeding it properly. African Grey parrots...

Why Does My African Grey Bite?

Why Does My African Grey Bite?

African Grey parrots don’t typically bite each other in the wild; just the same, biting behavior is not normally seen even in captivity. However, there are some instances wherein African Greys, like other pet birds, turn to biting their owners. It is not an intrinsic...

Household Hazards to Keep Away for African Greys

Household Hazards to Keep Away for African Greys

Before bringing home a newborn child, you first prepare your home, baby-proofing every corner to ensure their safety. Similarly, you will want to take precautions before taking home an African Grey parrot. There are a number of factors you have to consider in order to...

What Is Your African Grey Communicating to You?

What Is Your African Grey Communicating to You?

African Grey parrots can’t speak and tell you what they’re thinking through words, so understanding them through body language is the next best thing. After all, body language says a lot about you, and this holds true for animals and birds too. Your African Grey...

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