Green parrot say “hello” – Beautiful Green and rainbow parrot

Green parrot say “hello” – Beautiful Green and rainbow parrot

Green parrot say “hello” – Beautiful Green and rainbow parrot
This video there’re some of green parrot and some of these we can call “green parakeet” because they are mostly green in color. These green parrots feeds on seeds, various fruits, and corn. the first parrot in this video look very cute and I hear it say “hello” parrot is very smart bird and Green parakeet pairs usually find holes in trees to nest in where the female lays three or four eggs. In this video 0:35 there are a green parrot eating on peacock flower seeds, (Female Rose-ringed Parakeet Feasting On Peacock Flower Seeds) it’s look very cute and eating by use of toes on one foot to hold the pod while keeping the dehiscent part (the seam that splits open) of the pod walls separated, with the other foot gripping on the plant in perfect balance.
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PBird Blue Front Amazon parrot bite and flaring hormonal behavior…. look and beware

PBird Blue Front Amazon parrot bite and flaring hormonal behavior…. look and beware

This video was taken in late February I believe. He bit my wrist really bad and it bruised the bone and has now left what will likely be a life long scar. He bit my upper arm last week and today he bit my eyeball and I had to rush to the hospital. I am learning how to read Amazon behavior and this video shows him agitated. I am guessing these uprovoked attacks that occur with a bird that is normally loving must be hormone related, even though it is thought that this bird is getting on in years (30 year old maybe?) – Please read your parrots body language and remember that even though we want to trust our pets, birds are not really domesticated and can’t be expected to be like dogs!