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Congo African Grey is the largest of the three types of Grey Parrot (the other two being the smaller maroon-tailed Timneh, and the darker colored Psittacus erithacus princes). As their name would suggest the general body color is various shades of pastel or slate gray – the chest and head feathers have white edging resulting in a scalloped effect, whilst the wing feathers are darker with very dark primary coverts. The tail is bright red. Their beak, upper and lower mandibles, is black.
Grey’s have a large white facial area, which flares back beyond the eye resulting in a masked appearance. Young birds (under one year of age), have a black or gray colored iris, older birds have yellow eyes.