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Month: December 2015

I love my bird – I hate the mess – A helping guide to bird mess containment

Benefits of Messless Feeders and Poopless Water Bottles   Every parrot owner deals with the issue of messiness with seeds or pellets that get tossed out of the cage or water splashes wetting the cage liners. No parrot parent likes to have just changed the cage liner, swept or vacuumed debris from around the cage …

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Christmas morning foraging ideas for your parrots & a great foraging toy from a dog.

It’s the holidays – I get it. You are busy. Things to do – places to go – people to see.   Your solution? Lock up the bird with lots of fresh food and water and put the cartoon channel on TV for him or her to watch until January 2nd.   The thought of …

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Learned Helplessness: A Big Parrot Taming and Training Mistake You Don’t Want to Make

Learned Helplessness: A Big Parrot Taming and Training Mistake You Don’t Want to Make   In a recent post, I mentioned learned helplessness and promised you a detailed explanation of what it means, its impacts and how it happens so that you can avoid making this huge mistake in taming or training your own parrot …

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Why humans don’t use steel bars to wipe their mouth and parrots don’t use napkins on their beaks

Does your parrot need a napkin? Why is he wiping his beak on his perch or cage bars?   Have you noticed that sometimes your parrot wipes his beak on his perch or cage bars? Do you wonder why this behavior happens and what it means? There are two reasons a healthy parrot does this …

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