This week Dave and I are talking about how we use Random Rewarding which is a term we’ve come to use to explain using the terms FR 1-5 and VRRV very basically.
We show how to use it, what it is and why to use it. We’ve found, especially when it comes to flight training (namely for outdoors) that Random Rewarding is essential to our success.
We hope it helps you and your training in some way! Please leave us feedback on what you think or any questions you may have regarding it so we can answer those in the comments.
In this video i will be showing you how i trained my untame Ringneck to step up. Although George is not tame, I have had him for about 5 months, so he is used to me now. You can use this method on any type of parrot, I tamed my budgies in this same way 🙂
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The secret for stopping your parrot from pooping on you is not to have him on you in the first place. Parrots tend to poop every ten to 30 minutes, depending on the species.
By keeping in tune with their natural body schedule, you can reduce that pooping tendency on you. So, rather than trying to specifically teach the bird not to do that or punishing it, which you shouldn’t do, the best strategy is to just be aware of how frequently your bird has to go.
Maybe leave it on its perch. And when it go, when you’ve seen your bird poop, that’s a good time to pick it up. Not only are you rewarding it for going on its perch, you’re also ensuring yourself that you’ve got at least ten to 30 minutes that you can handle your bird without another pooping.
Then five to ten minutes before you expect your bird to go again, just put it back on its perch and wait for it to go. That’s a fail-safe strategy and that will keep your shirts clean and your floors from getting dirty. That’s how you teach your parrot not to poop on you.
I had the urge to show you Zaz’s cage set ups. He has a sleep cage, a bigger daytime cage, a play stand, a travel cage for car rides, picnics etc. And a pet carrier.. for vet trips 🙂 He knows when he sees the pet carrier that hes probably going somwhere he would rather not be going. Zaz is a Congo African Grey. He is 10 yrs old,we have had him 2 yrs this April. He is so much fun and brings us much joy.
Model created and folded by Campean Petru Razvan.
This is a 3d origami tutorial on how to make 3D Origami parrot cage.
This 3d origami parrot cage model is made from 244 dark brown and 1044 light brown small 3d origami pieces ,pieces are made from rectangles of paper with dimensions of 3.6-2.7cm (64/A4) .
I use for this model 80 g/sm paper.
How to make 3d origami pieces : http://www.razcapapercraft.com/make-3d-origami-pieces/
How to make 3d origami base : http://www.razcapapercraft.com/3d-origami-base/
3D ORIGAMI PARROT : https://youtu.be/YVcwRWKve3g
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This video talks about what I use to clean my parrot cage’s and how often I do so. It also includes some tricks, tied bits, and handy items and ideas I have found work well to help maintain a clean home, mess free environment and keep the well being of my parrots in mind while using harsh house hold cleaners for upmost cleanliness.