Parrots in British Wildlife Park moved after swearing at visitors


    Five parrots have been moved after they started swearing at staff and visitors. They were donated to Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in eastern England. The African grey parrots — named Eric, Jade, Elsie, Tyson and Billy — were given to the park from five different owners within the same week, and shared a quarantining facility together before being placed on display. Within a very short period of time they started swearing at each other. Most visitors were astonished and enjoyed the swearing but it encouraged the behavior of the parrots. But the park authorities were concerned about the young visitors so they temporarily removed the swearing parrots from the public view. The parrots have now been separated so that their language can become more family-friendly. The pandemic has led to a surge in donations. African grey parrots are one of the most popular species of parrots. 


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