African grey

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Noun1.African grey - commonly domesticated grey parrot with red-and-black tail and white faceAfrican grey - commonly domesticated grey parrot with red-and-black tail and white face; native to equatorial Africa
parrot - usually brightly colored zygodactyl tropical birds with short hooked beaks and the ability to mimic sounds
genus Psittacus, Psittacus - type genus of the Psittacidae: usually restricted to the African grey
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TWO African Grey parrots which were stolen in a burglary in Newcastle have been returned to their owner.
The four-year-old African Grey ruffled a few feathers when she was found by sixth formers three days later at the gates of Alun School in Mold, six miles away.
Wright lost her mother at a very young age, and to cope, she found comfort in an African Grey Parrot and today is an expert on the species.
Carina Archbold said the seven-year-old African grey parrot, George, which is grey with a red tail, and the dog, Ruby, a longhaired Chihuahua, were stolen from her house in Clonsilla, near Swords, Co Dublin.
Pepperberg discuss her astonishing scientific research and her unique relationship with her subject, an African grey parrot who gained worldwide fame for his remarkable language skills.
Fran Smith, Friendly Feathers: Life with Pierre, an African Grey Parrot is a charming, true-life softcover picturebook about a family's day-to-day routine with Pierre, a talkative African Grey Parrot.
The African Grey birds, each worth pounds 850, were stolen from the Haby Pet and Supplies shop in Hollybank Road, Kings Heath, between 5pm on Thursday and 9am yesterday.
Teuscher cared for many dogs and cats, and during the last 17 years of his life raised an African Grey Parrot named Calvin who flew into Teuscher's yard one August day.
David De Groff claims Nina Weaver's African Grey is really his pet Lou Lou, which got lost after flying out of his home in Virginia.
This exquisitely rendered triptych composed of the repeated giant image of an African grey parrot sitting among white-and-purple cymbidium orchids is a kind of avian homage to Monet's Rouen Cathedral paintings.
Roy, an African Grey, was rescued from a garage where he'd been locked away for three years for constantly shouting his owner's dead wife's name in front of his new partner.
The following species and genera were included in this study: African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus), Amazon parrots (Amazona species), cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus), cockatoos (Cacatua species), conures (Aratinga species and Nandayus nenday), eclectus parrots (Eclectus species), and macaws (Ara species).

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