Mutation African grey parrot
Mutation African grey parrot for sale.
Mutation African grey parrot. Very few of these naturally occurring Grey mutations have been bred successfully in captivity. In captivity, mutation is the result from altering the genes to adjust the melanin level, and to add other colors.
The diet of the Mutation African grey parrot includes fruits, leafy vegetables, seeds, palm nuts and sometimes snails. The diet of captive-bred African Gray should include grains, pellets, seeds, fresh fruits and vegetables and cuddlebone for calcium supplementation. These birds are good breeders, laying 2-4 eggs at a time, with an incubation period of 21-30 days. Captive-bred African Greys have suffered several mutations, including albino, lutino, grizzles, white-tailed, parino and incomplete ino (mostly white). There are also a few mutations which have occurred naturally in the wild.
The Mutation African grey parrots are a medium-sized parrot with distinctive gray feathers and white markings around the eyes, and a black bleak. Besides they are considered one of the most intelligent birds said to have the intelligence of a five year old child and the temper of a two year old. A Gray is a great imitator with cognitive development similar to that of highly intelligent animals such as chimpanzees and dolphins.