Baby African Grey Timneh Parrot
Tame, young, talking Baby African Grey Timneh Parrot for sale. Our Timneh African Grey Parrot babies are people and flock socialized, and make some entertaining sounds and talking. Their diet consists of sprouts, veggies, fruits, seeds and pellets. For them to develop their full potential they have a huge aviary to learn how to fly and navigate well. This is very important for brain development, muscle tone, heart health, lungs, etc. They should always have access to lots of swings and toys. They will come with free toys and a manual on how to take care of a parrot / raise a baby parrot.
All of our baby African grey parrot available for sale come with an extensive health guarantee: We guarantee that the bird you are acquiring is free from any harmful diseases and does not have excessive amounts of any harmful bacteria.
Evaluating our baby African grey TImneh parrot after purchase is your responsibility; should there be any minor health issues that require treatment, we pay for all medications and all medical treatment at a Veterinarian of our choice. If a Vet exam reveals a life-threatening disease or serious genetic issues, then we will either replace your baby African grey parrot or give you a full refund of the purchase price.
All of the above having been said, we will not nor have we ever sold a bird which we thought was ill. It is for this reason that we offer the above guarantee; you are not required to test your parrot, but if you do, we have a strong guarantee to assure you of a healthy parrot.
We look forward to a long relationship with our customers and their birds. Our goal is to be with you for the next 30-50 years, providing expertise, and advice for your companion parrot. We are experience breeders and we take pride in breeding healthy baby African grey parrot and other parrots species.
These beautiful TImneh African grey parrot are currently available for sale to the public and will come with proper paperwork. The TImneh African Grey is the largest of the African Grey parrots, sporting a lighter gray color in its plumage, and a solid black beak. The African grey parrot is not just a top talker — this bird is also known for its extreme intelligence, which gives them the moniker “The Einsteins of the Bird World.” TImneh African grey Parrots are capable of amassing vocabularies of up to 1000 words or more, and using the words that they learn to speak in context African greys need plenty of toys that challenge their intelligence, such as foraging and puzzle toys. We can ship Delta, Ethiopian airlines, Kenya airways.
Tame, young, talking Baby African Grey TImneh Parrot for sale. Our TImneh African Grey Parrot babies are people and flock socialized, and make some entertaining sounds and talking. Their diet consists of sprouts, veggies, fruits, seeds and pellets. For him to develop his full potential he has a huge aviary to learn how to fly and navigate well. This is very important for brain development, muscle tone, heart health, lungs, etc. He has access to lots of swings and toys.
The African Grey Parrot has been a cherished pet in Europe since the reign of Henry VIII during the sixteenth century, and possibly even earlier than this time. This genus has 3 subspecies, one now thought to be extinct. The other two are well known and readily available in the USA, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, HongKong, Middle East, Germany, Canada, France, UK, Netherlands, Belgium, (Europe) and Brazil, Mexico and (South America). The smaller sub species P. e. timneh known as the Timneh African Grey Parrot is smaller and darker in appearance than the nominate form and has a horn colored top mandible and maroon colored tail.
The origins of the Timneh Grey is concentrated in the western coastal regions of Guinea, Ghana and the Ivory Coast of Africa.The Timneh although not as popular as the larger nominate red tail african grey is equally talented for talking. We have seen many handfed baby timneh african grey parrots that were just great as a pet and talking. The handfed baby timneh grey is a sweet natured bird and we have seen many that were very talented talkers, its a big talent in a smaller package.African Grey parrots in general are one of the most talked about species of parrots. All greys including the Timneh African grey Parrot are well known for talking ability and their intelligence.
Since 1979 we now have bred and reared 100’s and 100’s of greys with all being almost the same in one aspect of personality, that is they are timid and somewhat shy around strangers as a general rule. There are exceptions to this I do understand as we have seen some that were not the normal.The normal being timid and shy around strangers. But with all said and done African Greys are one of the highly regarded talking species of all parrots. Almost all become a prized addition to any ones family.
Our handfed baby Timneh Greys are very sweet and get very attached to their owners. I think one thing that amazes most people about african greys is they can mimic and sound just like a certain voice. I have heard some sound like women and men, some can sound like an old mans voice. Greys are one of the best mimics around. Most greys take some time to develop their talents, some taking a couple years to really get going with their talking. But many are shy around strangers and refuse to talk around strangers, but when the strangers leave, they start up. They make a sweet bird for the beginner or long term bird owners.
I must say this, do not be disappointed if your timneh Grey does not perform like those birds you see on TV or read about, as those birds are highly trained and most pets just do not get that kind of training. Love your bird and enjoy it for what it is. The African grey the red tail as well the Timneh has been cherished as one of the best talking species of parrots. Accept them for what they are. Never purchase a parrot with talking as the main objective. They are much more than that. These birds are highly affectionate and intelligent creatures sometimes acting like small children.
NB: We are professional responsible breeders and we continue to educate people how to properly maintain their birds.