Parrots, some more than others, are very social animals. They communicate by a common language. I hear the local Florida Quaker parakeets talking together all the time as they noisily pass overhead. I can only imagine the noise level of a flock of African greys! It makes sense that they would have a common language so they could transfer data to each other. Now it would follow that birds that identify with human beings as part of their flock would want to learn our language, as well.
This theory would explain why bird people say that their parrots use language appropriately in order to be fed, removed from their cages, go to sleep, etc. Another interesting datum regarding talking birds involves when a second bird is added to the flock. The timing of adding another bird might have a lot to do with whether your bird begins to speak our language or the one of his flock mates.
No such worries with the gold African grey parrot earrings.
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I’m Merry Rosenfield, the jewelry artist who created The Magic Zoo. I have a deeply wonderful life that combines my love of animals with my art. I hope you enjoy exploring my work – perhaps you’ll find your beloved pet or favorite animal in one of my designs!