I would share with you my two little babies. These are African Grays - they are 4 months old. I am still hand feeding them. The biggest one is a male and the smaller one is a female. He is always standing over her just like he is protecting her. It is so cute.
They are such a joy to handle and start to train them. They know on how to climb a latter. I am starting to lay the male on his back like a baby. I will miss it when I can't feed them anymore.
By Joyce wis
They are adorable! Thank you for sharing.
Hi Joyce,my sister-in-law bought a male and they have taught him so many things.You can't even sneeze w/o him mocking you.My brother coughed one night while I was visiting and within 3-5 min KiKi had imatated him so much it sounded like my brother,when my brother isn't there he still does it and just laughs. Thanks their so beautiful.
We have an African Gray also, he just turned 5 years old , this year . He can be sooooooooo sweet and loveable but the next minute, he can get mean too ! :-) He talks up a storm , must know about 300 words and phrases, and can whistle some songs also. We hand fed him also, got him when he was just about 2 months old, did not have all his feathers yet. LOL he looked like a littel vulture bird ! LOL I fed him until he stopped taking " his bottle " :) he was almost a year old when he decided to have real food . HIs name is Smoky.
I loved the pictures and the feedback.Wow it seems
like you can train them to speak. Also can you still
give them snacks in your hand as they get bigger,
I know it won't be the same as hand feeding.
Your birds are beautiful. I have a cockatiel. He is 9 years old and so much company. Just like my child. Thanks so much for sharing the pictures. Enjoy them?
They are so precious!
Washington DC Area
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