If you have a grey parrot, they are very special indeed! They are known for their intelligence, warmth, kindness to their owners, and their imitation of alarm noises, water drips, and other miscellaneous and pretty funny sounds. African greys just like all other bird companions have emotional, physical, and nutritional needs. Daily outside-cage playtime, exercise, and healthy food is crucial for their well-being.
Birds are very social creatures, and they require plenty of mental stimulation and social interaction to be truly happy.
Parakeet, cockatiel, cockatoo, lovebird, macaw, budgie and African grey species all possess surprising amounts of emotional complexity and general intelligence, and they all want to form a bond with you and your family.
Birds are wonderful companions, but when their hormones fluctuate, it can make life difficult for both you and your feathered friend. Consider trying these 5 tips to help curb the difficult behaviors that come along with bird hormones.
Getting your feathered friend to try new foods is an uphill battle. We may think they don’t like the food we’re introducing to them, but in reality, they may not even know that what’s in front of them is food! Let’s take a look at the 6 best ways to introduce new foods to your feathered companion.