Buy an African grey parrot that knows the right words to cheer you up

When you have a companion in your home, life gets brighter. Pets can become your true friends and loving family members. And when you can have a real talk with your buddy, the time you spend together gets even more precious and meaningful. You will have this opportunity with African grey birds because they are one of the most intelligent species. Science says that many of them have the cognitive abilities of a 6-year-old human child. But African grey parrots can win your heart not only by being smart. There are many reasons to love these birds. We have been breeding and selling African grey parrots for more than 12 years. And all the pets we’ve raised still bring happiness to their owners because they have an incredibly long life span. They can live up to 60 years, so not only will your kids enjoy playing with them but also your grandchildren! Spending time with a grey African bird will benefit all members of your family and the parrot’s wellbeing, too. They need a lot of attention as they are very sociable species.

What our African grey birds can do?

When we say that these parrots can engage in a conversation, we really mean it. Our African greys for sale have quite a large vocabulary knowing about a thousand words. They can also sing, so you will enjoy their company very much. And apart from having outstanding entertaining skills, our birds can become your favorite pets because:

  • African greys easily adapt to new surroundings and activities. You can also expose them to other pets without worrying that the birds will be scared.
  • They are loving and altruistic. Our birds quickly get attached to their owners and don’t hide their affection. These pets will make you feel loved and needed.
  • The parrots are easy to care for. Unlike many other large birds, they are not messy and demanding in terms of food.
  • You can teach them to do different things. As they are smart, African greys can learn tricks and dancing.

If you’re looking for a pet that will bring you joy for many years, pleasing you with its beauty, intelligence, and sincere attachment, buy one of our birds. Our prices for African greys will surprise you. We think that you shouldn’t pay much for a real friend because everybody needs one. That’s why we sell cheap African grey parrots to make as many people happy as possible.
It doesn’t matter if you have had any experience with birds before because our specialists will provide you with all the necessary information on how to take care of your pet. We raise our parrots with love and commitment and gladly pass on our knowledge to their new owners. Buying an African grey from us, you can be 100% sure that it’s healthy and vaccinated as we follow the highest breeding standards.
Choose your parrot and get a true friend!


Macaws are vividly colored parrots that are large to medium in size. In decorating the feathers of these strikingly birds, nature surely ran wild in creating such dynamic and beautiful color combinations. These large, muscular birds have strong beaks that do earn them a degree of respect, and all macaw types are highly intelligent. Macaw species include the large Macaws and mini Macaws, and a number of hybrid Macaws have also been produced in captivity.

Though Macaws, especially the large Macaws, have a daunting presence and formidable beaks, they are highly intelligent. These stunning birds show exquisite control, selectively using their powerful beaks with finesse. They are able to interact with their keepers on many levels and quickly learn tricks. Many Macaw species are not only wonderful as pets, but make great show birds. Macaw calls are loud, but for some pet macaws this can transfer nicely into the ability to speak.

Besides being highly intelligent, Macaws have outgoing personalities and are very social. They adapt quickly to their cage and playpen, or aviary, and are quite playful. Their personality is such that they will form a close, loving bond with their keeper, and become a life-long companion. An important question, that is often misconstrued, is how long do Macaws live. Because of their large size it makes sense to think they would be very long lived, but the actual Macaw lifespan is between about 35-60 years in a good environment. They are easily outlived by the large cockatoos, and often by medium sized parrots like the Amazons.

Macaws definitely are among the most colorful and strikingly beautiful birds of the parrot family. Because of their great beauty and engaging personalities, pet Macaws are a favorite among bird lovers. They have been kept as pet birds for centuries. The activities of pet macaws are very animated and comical. Being very intelligent and inquisitive makes macaws relatively easy to train. Combine these two wonderful traits and you have a great show bird!

A bird guide for each Macaw species or Hybrid Macaw is provided for those in the list of Macaws below. Each guide provide in-depth information about living with that pet Macaw and the Macaws behaviours and activities. Macaw information includes housing, care, food, and feeding essentials along with breeding information. Tips are also included for handling and training Macaws.

Macaws as Pets

Macaws can make excellent pets. They have great appeal not only for their striking appearance but because they are playful and loving. They also have a long life span and are very hardy. The macaw calls can be quite loud however, and they do love to chew anything they can get a hold of. All macaws require good socialization and consistent training on an ongoing basis to make good pets.

When choosing a pet bird, the first thing to think about are the types of macaws and determine which ones are suitable to your lifestyle. The size of the macaw and the facility it will require, the cost of obtaining it, and the costs of keeping it are important considerations. Smaller mini macaws, though not quite as vividly colored, take somewhat less space and their associated costs may also be less than for large macaws or hybrid macaws.

Another very important consideration is their conservation status. The number of macaws is increasing due to aviculture, however all species of macaws in the wild are of concern and most are endangered birds. Macaws that are highly endangered birds and not firmly established in captivity, should not be kept individually as pets. Rather these macaws should be paired up for breeding to help ensure the sustainability of these birds into the future. Macaws that are highly endangered are generally quite rare and usually very expensive, and some are simply not available.