Red Factor African Grey Parrot Eggs
Red Factor African Grey Parrot Eggs are thought to live longer than those raised exclusively in captivity. Life span in the wild is up to 80 years; one specimen is known to have lived to 90 years. Captive-bred African grey parrots average 50 years, but some parrots may die at 30 or 40 years of age.
Breeding Red Factor African Grey Parrot
Red Factor African Grey Parrot are monogamous breeders that nest in tree cavities. Each couple of parrots needs their own tree to nest. The hen lays three to five eggs, which she incubates for 30 days while being fed by her mate. The adults defend their nesting sites.Both parents help take care of the chicks until they can go off on their own. Grey parrot chicks require feeding and care from their parents in the nest.The parents take care of them until 4-5 weeks after they are fledged. Young leave the nest at the age of 12 weeks. Little is known about the courtship behavior of this species in the wild. They weigh 12–14 g (0.42–0.49 oz) at hatching and 372–526 g (13.1–18.6 oz) when they leave their parents.buy African Grey Parrot Eggs at cheap prices from us.