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Quirky, Geeky & Just Plain Strange African Grey Behavior

African greys have been known to demonstrate peculiar behaviorFor some people, there’s certain intimidation factor when it comes to African grey parrots. Who can blame them? After all, greys are the poster child for parrot intelligence. (Thank you Dr. Irene Pepperberg and Alex!) Sure, it’s hard to get past a grey’s intense stare, which seems to say, “I’ve got you figured out, silly human.” To bring out a grey’s silly, quirky side, we asked our community for strange behaviors they see in their African greys. Obviously, there’s more on an African grey’s mind than psycho-analyzing you.

**For the full article, pick up the September 2009 issue of BIRD TALK**

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