African Grey Parrot Bravely Faces an Avian Skeleton
It's that time of the year that spooky things start to happen. Tycho the Grey makes a new friend. Skinny doesn't start to describe him. A little unsure at first, Tycho eyes up the avian skeleton, before cautiously edging away and sounding the drip alarm. Maybe he thinks his new friend is thirsty?
October is definitely the halloweird season - stay tuned to find out how else Tycho and the flock will celebrate the Halloween season!
Tycho the Grey is a 23 year old Congo African Grey. He has quite the personality, although can be camera shy. It's hard not to laugh as you watch him interact with his world, with his quiet commentary of sound effects.
Tycho believes that all silence is golden, pumpkins are delicious, cameras are parrot eating monsters, and, of course, that he is the top bird of the household. His life is filled with adventure. He lives with Max the Moluccan (the original Cluckatoo, a larger-than life 25 year old Moluccan Cockatoo), Tikal the Amazon (A 44 year old Amazon who enjoys saying hello), and his owner (a featherless biped who doesn’t listen).
Tycho living with his owner in his forever home. He was adopted when he was six months old, and has always lived with the same owner. Like most greys, Tycho is an introvert, and prefers things to be a bit quieter.
The Congo African Grey Parrot can live 60 to 70 years in captivity. They are readily recognized by their trademark grey feathers, white face and bright red tail. Like all Parrots they require a lot of attention, nutrition and care.