Breed: Congo African grey

Sex: Males and Females

Age: 12 weeks old

Handfed : Yes

Microchipped: Yes

Price: $650 USD

Shipping area: Worldwide

What’s included: Registered/preregister, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian examination, Health guarantee

They are all native to Central and South America although nowadays they are all born here in the United States. Some of these birds offered for sale are now three generations removed from their wild-caught ancestors. The Amazons are universally heavy bodied with a short tail and are mostly green in color with yellow, blue, or red highlights. They are extroverted clowns and wildly amusing. The main disadvantage is their blind loyalty to their favorite human companion. This trait of theirs to love one human and exclude everyone else in the family sometimes causes problems in families where other members also love the bird.
Having the unloved members buy their own bird, causing multi-bird families, usually solves this!

Breed: Congo African grey

Sex: Male and Female

Age: 20 weeks old

Handfed: Yes

Microchipped: Yes

Price: $650 USD

Shipping area: Worldwide

What’s included: Registered/preregister, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian examination, Health guarantee

African Grey Parrot eggs for sale

Hatching African Grey Parrot eggs for a unique and exciting adventure in the world of hatching! With their beautiful colors and personalities, you can get the opportunity of hatching your own baby macaw your self. contact us to buy fertile African Grey Parrot eggs.

 

How long does it take for African GREY eggs to hatch?
The gestation period for the eggs after laying is 28 days on average when the parrot is bred in captivity. The hen lays between three and five eggs in a clutch, but she doesn’t lay them all on the same day. Typically she lays one egg, but doesn’t sit on the nest until she has laid the second egg.


What temperature should parrot eggs be incubated at?
Incubate the eggs in an incubator designed for parrot or exotic bird eggs. The incubator you use should have accurate temperature control within one-tenth of one degree, and ideally a system for humidity control. Maintain the temperature at 99.3 degrees F, and the humidity at 40 to 50 percent.

How long does it take for a parrot egg to hatch?
Incubation Duration. Parrot egg incubation periods can vary by breed but are typically between 24-28 days. Some parrot breeds can hatch in as little as 18 days. Research your specific breed to find out how long your egg will need to be incubated.

Macaws
Greenwings $50.00
Scarlets $50.00
Blue & Gold $50.00
Hahns $50.00
Military $50.00

Hyacinth Macaw$50.00

Cockatoos
Triton $50.00
Umbrella $50.00
Moluccan $50.00

African Parrots
Timneh African Greys $45.00
Congo African Greys $45.00

Amazons
Double Yellow Head Amazons $45.00
Yellow Nape Amazons $45.00
Blue Front Amazon $745.00
Lilac Crown Amazon $50.00
Green Cheek Amazon $55.00

 

Macaws
Greenwings $50.00
Scarlets $50.00
Blue & Gold $50.00
Hahns $50.00
Military $50.00

Hyacinth Macaw$50.00

Cockatoos
Triton $50.00
Umbrella $50.00
Moluccan $50.00

African Parrots
Timneh African Greys $45.00
Congo African Greys $45.00

Amazons
Double Yellow Head Amazons $45.00
Yellow Nape Amazons $45.00
Blue Front Amazon $745.00
Lilac Crown Amazon $50.00
Green Cheek Amazon $55.00

 

Macaws
Greenwings $50.00
Scarlets $50.00
Blue & Gold $50.00
Hahns $50.00
Military $50.00

Hyacinth Macaw$50.00

Cockatoos
Triton $50.00
Umbrella $50.00
Moluccan $50.00

African Parrots
Timneh African Greys $45.00
Congo African Greys $45.00

Amazons
Double Yellow Head Amazons $45.00
Yellow Nape Amazons $45.00
Blue Front Amazon $745.00
Lilac Crown Amazon $50.00
Green Cheek Amazon $55.00

The green wing can talk, but is not known to be a chatterbox; instead, an owner can expect intermittent screaming, which is quite loud, but not persistent, that is, if the bird is being cared for properly.Our green wings get along with most other macaws,their size keeps them two together. Purchase a roomy cage with dimensions of at least 2.5×3 feet. Place robust perches inside the cage along with chew able fruit tree branches, replacing them occasionally with new ones,toys also need to be provided for your pet to maintain its mental enrichment.The bird must be let out of the cage to room freely for at least 3-4 hours per day. The red and green macaw can withstand temperatures ranging from 65°-78°F (18°-25°C). It may be alright with temperatures even lower, but only for short periods.They are quite lovable, sociable and intelligent. They are also rather inquisitive and will consider everything around the household a toy, be it a valuable possession of yours, or probably an electric wiring. They have the tendency to give back your moods back to you, if you are happy around it, it will be happy and vice versa.

The Green-winged macaw, known as the “Gentle Giant”, is second in size only to the Hyacinth Macaw.The Green-winged macaw also known as the Red-and-green Macaw, is often mistaken for the Scarlet Macaw, another large macaw of the Ara genus, because of its predominant red feathering. The breast of the Green-winged macaw is bright red, but the lower feathers of the wing are green. Iridescent teal feathers are surrounded by red on the tail. In addition, the Green-winged macaw has characteristic red lines around the eyes formed by rows of tiny feathers on the otherwise bare white skin patch; this is one of the biggest differences from a scarlet macaw to the casual viewer. It should be the obvious choice as a pet for someone looking to own a macaw.A full sized Green-winged macaw averages lengths up to 90cm (35.5in) with wingspans averaging approximately 102-122.5cm (41-49in). Weights average approximately 1250-1700g (43.8-59.5oz or 2.75-3.75lbs).The Green-winged macaw generally mates for life.The female typically lays two or three eggs in the nest, incubates the eggs for about 28 days, and the chicks fledge from the nest about 90 days after hatching.The first down feathers appear around 8 days after hatching. The chicks open their eyes at around 15 days and the first feather sheaths emerge at about 3 weeks.Sexual maturity is reached at 3-4 years.

The blue-and-gold macaw is aptly named, with a gorgeous blue body and dark lemon-yellow chest, this is a bird that’s hard to miss. It also referred to as the blue-and-yellow macaw. This macaw has a green strip of feathers just above its black beak, and a partially naked face that will blush pink when it is excited. Its feet are dark gray or black, and it has a black “beard” of feathers just below its beak.If a blue-and-gold macaw remains healthy, it can live upwards of 70 years. This is a bird that will be with you for a lifetime, and you should prepare for this possibility, which may even include a trust or a clause in your Will dedicated to the bird.It’s approximately 85-90 cm (34-36 in.); wingspan 102-112.5 cm (41-45 in and Feeds on seeds, fruits, nuts, and berries.The Blue and Yellow Macaw reaches breeding age when they are 3 to 4 years old.They are known to pair for life and live in small family groups. Only two or three eggs are laid in a nest. It is thought that the female incubates them. However, both male and female aggressively defend the eggs.

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