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    Talking Parrots : Best Breeds

    ArticleThursday 09 December 2010
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    There are lots of breeds of talking parrots which also make great pets. Some parrots are natural talkers while others you have to train more. No one can tell if a baby parrot is going to become a great talking parrot but there are some breeds which often become the best at parrot talk. %%AFC-ADVERT%%


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    African Grey – The African Grey parrot is probably the most talented at parrot talk, they learn fast and can develop vocabularies of up to 2000 different sounds. African Grey parrots are unlike other talking parrots because they can understand what they are saying. African Grey parrots will repeat everything they can from an ambulance siren to a cat meow. 


    Amazon Parrot – The Yellow Naped Amazon parrot is particularly vocal. You will find that you need to talk to your parrot a lot during the first couple of years of its life to make the parrot talk. Those parrots who do not learn young will probably never learn.

     
    Quaker Parrot – These parrots are not very colourful but they are very good at copying words and might even get the hang of speaking within the first 6 months. Quaker Parrots that are over one year old will usually have a vocabulary of 50 to 60 words. 


    You can get other breeds of talking parrot. Most parrots will be able to talk if they are trained from a young enough age. You will however have to be very patient with some breeds of parrot and spend a lot of time with the bird in order to perfect his parrot talk. 

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