Regarding African Grey siblings breeding
I purchased a brother and sister pair of Timneh Greys in January. I was originally only going to get the female but I watched the male (a week after purchasing the female) for the woman I purchased them from while she went out of town for a week. By the time she came back I had become attached to the male as well and the two birds were really becoming well adjusted and very happy, so she said that she would sell the male also if I wanted him. I was told by her (and I also searched the internet) and I was led to believe through my sources that if my birds had always stayed together that they would recognize each other as siblings and that there was no danger of them ever becoming a mating pair.
Now I see here and have been told by others that this is not the case, and that they will try to mate. What should I do? At some point will I have to move them to seperate cages, and if so will they still be likely to get along when playing outside of their cages? I hope I haven't gotten myself into a bad situation, but I can't part with either of them I just love them so much and so equally (they both have very unique personalities) they are 7 months old right now. I would appreciate any feedback and advise that you can give me. I'm not sure how to find your answer back, is it just a feed?
Editor's note: I removed this as an answer to the other person's question and I posted this here for you as a question and put your email in the system so you will get an email when someone responds.