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Mazi originally lived with an elderly lady whose health started failing, so she was surrendered to an amazing parrot organization. I fostered her and decided to adopt her. :). Awards
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Hi! My name is Mazi

I am an African Grey from JC, TN.

Mazi Grey, Momma's Amazing Gracie Grey

15 years old   F

African Grey


Top of the cage door or top of the cage

My pet peeve used to be showers, but now I love them. Unfortunately, children have become my pet peeve. Mom is working with me, but I do NOT like kids.

I now have a large cage and lots of out time. My previous owner loved me, but never let me out of my 22" square cage. I, also, get lots of good foods that are fresh or made specially for me plus pellets, instead of seed only.

Loves to carry toilet paper rolls.


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  Hi how are you, just stopping by.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

01/12/2016 04:34.30 PM Report This Comment  
Here is a vote for you.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

03/10/2015 02:23.03 PM Report This Comment  
Here is a vote for you.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

03/01/2015 01:12.56 AM Report This Comment  
  hi Mazy
Your Very pretty. Sounds like you are very happy. Just wanted to say hi.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

02/25/2015 03:12.25 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Mazi
02/17/2015 01:57.35 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Mazi
Vote for you.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

03/23/2014 02:56.01 AM Report This Comment  
Cori has just had her bath and had her beak buffed by Boo Boo. Boo Boo feels one must always look their best when speaking to the public. Cori clears her throat and continues her speech about bird songs.
male birds sing in the morning to appear more macho and by delivering a lusty dawn chorus he sends out the message he is full of energy and raring to go. blackbirds and song thrushes can do this more than 1-1/2 hours before chaffinches and blue tits. scientists have discovered that the bigger the birds eyes the sooner in the morning it strikes up its song. their singing not only determines their territory but attracts mates and also predators like owls. with their hearing out of action while they warble they must be able to rely on heir eyes to see attacks coming. those birds with smaller eyes need extra sunlight to be sure of their safety. birds pass on songs from generation to generation. fathers pass on their repertoire of chirps and tweets to their sons and mothers give theirs to their daughters. female songbirds learn their songs at a much faster rate than the males do (who didn't know that one). a female cardinal learned her selection of music in one third the time it took her male sibling to learn the exact songs. females are attracted to the male with the largest and loudest songs so those males really have to work it.male birds that imitate other songbirds songs like the mockingbirds, the mynah and the australian
lyrebird are very attractive to the female because they feel if the male knows so much about the other birds songs it must also know where they keep their food
tomorrow we will continue along this same vein of thought



Come visit me, PaddyCake & PiddyGirl, CORI & BOO BOO.

03/07/2014 04:23.00 PM Report This Comment  
Here is a vote for you.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

03/06/2014 07:49.15 AM Report This Comment  
Here is a vote for you.

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

03/06/2014 07:48.38 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello Mazi
Just stopping by to say Hi!

Come visit me, Mica & Mariah.

02/09/2014 01:52.30 PM Report This Comment  
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