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The parrot is a bird Known with colors that ranging from bright green, red, blue and yellow, and it can imitate some types of sounds,which makes it as a lovely birds to humans .

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parrots live in the warm areas of the world, including India, South East Asia and West Africa . and there is many types nearly 353 species .

parrots can imitate sounds and can talk .... for example , The African gray parrot can learn about 800 words.



which parrots talk ?


1- The African Grey parrot
 African Grey parrot 

They renowned for their vocabularies and clarity of speech . Most African Greys have the ability to learn a few words; some boast vocabularies of up to 800 words and phrases.


2- Amazon Parrots
Amazon Parrots
Most Amazon Parrots are quite vocal and enjoy learning new words, phrases, and sounds. These quick-witted and comical birds are fast to pick up on things that you say to them, and for this reason, many Amazon owners insist that you "watch your mouth" around their feathered friends.


3- Quaker Parrots

Quaker Parrots
These birds might be small in comparison to African Greys , but they can talk with the best of them! In addition to learning words, Quakers usually learn to pick up on household sounds such as beeping microwaves and ringing telephones.



how to teach a parrot to talk ?
Here is a very good article about how to teach a parrot to talk ?
http://www.2ndchance.info/parrottalk.htm




if you prepare to own a parrot then you will need .............
best sites for buy parrot stands ..........



parrot stands from Amazon 
2-Here a lot of shapes for parrots stands from amazon
parrot stands from Amazon










parrot cages


Here a lot of shapes for parrots cages from amazon
parrot cages from Amazon







parrot food


Here some types of food for parrots from amazon
parrot food from amazon





Healthy Fresh Fruits For ParrotsNo to Pesticides! Choose Organic!
Always wash the fruits and vegetables for your parrot!!
Apples Cored (Seeds Toxic)
Banana
Blueberries
Cantaloupe
Cherries (pitted)
Grapes (seedless)
Guava
Mango
Nectarines
Oranges
Papaya
Peaches (remove the pit)
Pears (remove the pear core)
Plums
Pomegranate
Prunes
Raisins
Strawberries
Raspberries

Healthy Fresh VegetablesBeets
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Carrots
Cauliflower
Corn (corn on the cob is fun for parrot enrichment)
Chard
Cucumber
Hot peppers
Kale
Kiwi (peeled)
Kale
Pea Pods
Red Leaf Lettuce
Sprouts (Alfalfa, Broccoli, Bean)
Squash Cooked ( Acorn, Butternut, and Pumpkin)
Sweet and Baked Potato / Yams Cooked
Zucchini
Green Beans


Other Healthy Foods To Offer
Bran Squares
Brown Rice
Couscous
Eggs ( scrambled, hard boiled)
Fresh nuts ( leave in shell for enrichment play )
Meats
Millet
Oatmeal
Pilaf
Shredded Wheat


parrot food from Amazon
Foods To Avoid Feeding Your ParrotAvocado
Caffeine
Candy and Chocolate
Junk Foods (chips, cookies, pastries)
Dairy Products
Mushrooms
Onions

Please note that with all fresh fruits, vegetables, and other
foods, your parrot should not be given anything with salt,
sugars, chocolates or caffeine. All fruits and vegetables should
be washed with a fruit and vegetable cleaner from your local
supermarket. It really does make a difference! Some fruits and
vegetables such as apples, strawberries, and cantaloupe may
contain extremely high amounts of pesticides. This can vary
depending on the time of year and country that the foods are
being imported from. It is strongly recommended to feed
organically grown foods. Caution: Remember to remove any
uneaten fresh food from the cage before it spoils.


 
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