African Grey Parrots Play time at Desteni Farm.

African Grey Parrots Play time at Desteni Farm.

Here I am having playtime with the parrots, they are simply hanging around and every now and then I will interact with them, Parrot is the name of the one jumping towards me, as you can see he is a bit obsessed because he was the first parrot we had and he grew up with being around me mostly and thus he developed some jealousy, we removed the jealousy point by now through being equal in our behavior and within who we are towards them all, stopping all special treatments and all those things people love to entertain, it isnt healthy as Parrot would start fight and even hurt the others, this video is about a year old, so things have changed quite a bit, walking my process of change as the correction starting with myself.

Start with changing self to that which is best for all life, where we do not accept and allow a world of consequences that is of abuse and within self interest towards all life as animals, plant etc, lets start by living in such a way where we use common sense and self honesty to life prevention as that which is best for all life so that we can start living life here on earth without fear.

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Interview with Boyd Matson on the Unethical Trade in Wild African Grey Parrots…

Interview with Boyd Matson on the Unethical Trade in Wild African Grey Parrots…

Boyd Matson interviews Dr Steve Boyes about his work on combatting the trade in wild-caught African Grey Parrots with the World Parrot Trust Africa. As a National Geographic Grantee and a Postdoctoral fellow at the Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology (University of Cape Town), Steve spends most of his time studying and conserving the most endangered parrot in Africa, the Cape Parrot. Please follow Steve’s blog posts on National Geographic News Watch for more information on his work on Cape Parrots, African Greys, wetland birds in the Okavango Delta, and birding surveys in remote areas.

Chopsticks the Quaker Parrot is Hilarious

Chopsticks the Quaker Parrot is Hilarious

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Wild Monk Parakeets or Quaker Parrots

Wild Monk Parakeets or Quaker Parrots

Flock of wild or feral Monk Parakeets also called Quaker Parrots feeding on wild fruit along a canal on a cool windy day. Hardy, introduced birds they can survive even much further north than Florida. In past years wild or feral Blue Crowned Conures have visited the Backyard: https://youtu.be/Lau6U10vCPo

The Monk Parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus) is a member of the parrot family (Psittacidae). Unlike most members of the parrot family, which eat mostly seeds and nest in cavities (such as tree holes), Monk Parakeets also eat a variety of fruits and are the only parrot species that builds nests out of sticks.

Monk Parakeets are small to medium-sized parrots, approximately 12 inches long (29 cm) with a wingspan of 20 inches (53 cm) and weigh 3–4 ounces (90–120 g). These small parrots are brightly colored (Fig. 1); their thick beaks are yellow-brown, their backs (including the backs of their heads) and tails are bright green, and their flight feathers are blue to bluish-black. In contrast, their faces, throats, chests, and legs are pale gray. The plumage of Monk Parakeets is similar in both sexes throughout the year; juveniles may be brighter green. Monk Parakeets are noisy birds whose calls have been described as metallic, rasping squawks and screams.
In the 1960s, Monk Parakeets became extremely popular in the pet trade, and by the end of the decade United States’ imports had increased to more than 16,000 Monk Parakeets per year! Reports of free-ranging individuals date back to the 1960s, when wild Monk Parakeets were reported from cities across the country. Many of these birds are believed to have escaped from damaged shipping crates, whereas others accidentally escaped from their owners or from zoos, or were intentionally released. Monk Parakeets were first documented nesting in Florida in 1969.
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Angry Parrots Ep 9 | Talking Friends

Angry Parrots Ep 9 | Talking Friends

After playing a video game for 48 hours straight, Pierre can’t see the difference between game and reality. The Friends dress up as zombies to let him rescue the Princess and finish the game.

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Why and How Parrots Talk

Why and How Parrots Talk

How do parrots “talk”? Why do parrots mimic? Jessi discusses these questions about parrot vocalizations.

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Einstein vs Griffin – The World’s Smartest Parrots – Extraordinary Animals – Earth

Einstein vs Griffin – The World’s Smartest Parrots – Extraordinary Animals – Earth

Meet Griffin, the star of the avian learning experiment. Dr Irene Pepperberg, uses a simple language to test Griffin’s powers of comprehension. But a rival parrot, Einstein, is in town to prove his worth.

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Holding Parrots on a Fun Family Outing || Mommy Monday

Holding Parrots on a Fun Family Outing || Mommy Monday

We had fun family time this week. We have a lot of family in town and it’s been so nice having them here during the holidays!
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