Large group (over 30 parrots plus a piping hornbill or two) flushed, possibly by a pair of birds of prey
During my trip to Michigan, I went to see some of my aunt and uncle. They had adopted this fella and taught him how to speak and imitate noises. His gray feathers are so glossy and organized!
African Grey Parrot at Coromandel Bird Park
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A group of 5 African greys. Usually a couple sightings per day.
As a heavy morning rain tapers off, the parrots began singing, probably from a nearby tree.
Photo from later in the day (early evening). A number of parrots were together in a group of eucalyptus trees.
Two African gray parrots flying overhead. They are sometimes seen alone, but often in groups of 2 to 10 flying above Brazzaville (smaller groups than are found in the forests of Congo).
The African Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus), also known as the Grey Parrot, is a parrot found in the primary and secondary rainforest of West and Central Africa. Experts regard it as one of the most intelligent birds in the world. They feed primarily on palm nuts, seeds, fruits, and leafy matter, but have also been observed eating snails. Their overall gentle nature and their inclination and ability to mimic speech have made them popular pets, which...