MINECRAFT PARROTS – 8 Things You Didn’t Know About Minecraft Parrots!!

MINECRAFT PARROTS – 8 Things You Didn’t Know About Minecraft Parrots!!

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8 Things You Didn’t Know About Minecraft Parrots!! This is a brand new series where I research some neat facts about Minecraft features and put them all together in a video. In this episode I share with you 8 insane facts about the new Minecraft Parrots! If you want videos like 8 things you did not know about Minecraft Parrots, then make sure to POUND that like button!

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Facts:
1. Under the Minecraft logo it occasionally would read “Don’t feed avocados to parrots!” and this stems pretty far back in Minecraft versions. For a while there was no other word of parrots being added into Minecraft until March 23rd, 2017 which was the first sighting of parrots being added into Minecraft. Maria Lemon, who’s a developer at Mojang, tweeted out: “Let me present the newest member of the Minecraft world! The parrot! Modeled by RazzleberryFox!”
2. Parrots are tamed using Minecraft Cookies which is most likely a reference to the common phrase: “Polly want a cracker?” The closest thing in Minecraft to a cracker is a Chocolate Chip Cookie which is probably why they used that item for taming Parrots.
3. It will display that they were killed in chat and it will say who they were killed by which is the same thing that happens when a player is killed.
4. Parrots will mock other mobs in Minecraft.
5. When parrots are near a jukebox that’s playing music, they will actually start dancing!
6. Once you tame them with cookies, you can make them sit and they won’t move or fly away.
7. Parrots however will fly near other Minecraft mobs and sort of group up near them. Also, parrots will eventually tire out if they fly for too long or fly too high, so you will also see them on the ground quite often in Jungle biomes.
8. Parrots come in five different colors: red, blue, green, gray, and cyan. Each color is most likely based off a real life macaw or cockatiel.

Jokes – One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot. The A**istant takes the man to the parro

Jokes – One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot.   The A**istant takes the man to the parro

Joke :
One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot. The assistant takes the man to the parrot section and asks the man to choose one. The man asks, ”How much is the yellow one?”
The assistant says, ”$2000.” The man is shocked and asks the assistant why it’s so expensive. The assistant explains, ”This parrot is a very special one. He knows typewriting and can type really fast.”
”What about the green one?” the man asks.
The assistant says, ”He costs $5000 because he knows typewriting and can answer incoming telephone calls and takes notes.”
”What about the red one?” the man asks.
The assistant says, ”That one’s $…

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How to Choose Your Bird’s Stand

How to Choose Your Bird’s Stand

How to Choose Your Bird’s Stand – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.

Hi, I am Rick Horvitz with Golden Cockatoo in Deerfield Beach, Florida, and I am here to talk to you about perches since you already have your parrot. This perch, which I have right here, is what will come with the cage that you just bought. It is a dowel. It is an even circumference. It looks real pretty, it looks real smooth. But it is horrible for your bird. Throw it away. Get rid of it. Okay? We do not like it. Why do not we like it? There is no variance in diameter. Horrible. Imagine, the bird normally flies and now it is in the cage a lot, at least sleeping, in the same spot every night with his feet exactly the same way. Now what would happen to your hands if your hands were like that all day long? Arthritis, cramps, etc.

It is very important to have something for the perch, for your bird to perch on, that is going to, basically, have a lot of variance in diameter. One of the first woods that people started using for their parrots was manzanita. Now manzanita does have a variance in diameter. This happens to be a piece of manzanita that has been scraped. The manzanita is a really nice red wood. It is a desert wood – Arizona, high desert areas is where it grows. And it was used at first because people could just go up in the hills and basically cut the wood down for free, put a bolt and a fender washer in the bottom of it, and sell it to people with birds. The problem with manzanita is that it is very, very slippery, so the birds get something that is called “bumblefoot”. When they try to grab onto it, they slide, and when they slide, it causes abrasion on their pads right here, which is not good for the bird. Plus it is so hard that when the birds do chew it, it splinters and breaks apart and gets destroyed fairly easily. Right now, there are still some people who like manzanita. It is still available, it is very inexpensive. It is better than a dowel, but it is not the best wood for your bird.

What has recently come out for parrots that you will see a lot of is this wood, which is coffeewood. It is beautiful. It is gorgeous. Great piece of furniture. Is it good for birds? In my opinion, no. Why not? Same thing as manzanita: it is very slippery, it is very hard. It is even more slippery than manzanita, because a lot of places just basically, actually slide it and take the little bark that is on there, on the tree, off to make it extremely slippery. And then when they clean it, it gets even more slippery. (Hey, Sam, do you mind?) So it looks pretty; I say no for javawood, coffeewood, whatever people call it. We offer it; a lot of stores offer it. It is fine if you want to use one or two perches, I guess, as variety, but do not use it as a roosting perch, do not use it as a food perch. Maybe use it for in between. Certainly not as a stand.

Another type of wood which I do like a lot is this, which is really a vine. It is called grapevine. It does not look anything like this when it is producing grapes. But what people have done is gone to the vineyards, and made a deal with the vineyards to take the non-producing grapevines, sandblast them, the good companies bake them to get the bugs out of them, and offer them for the birds. You can see after what I have said why this is so good for birds: a lot of variance in diameter, a lot of nooks and crannies, so any size bird could really use this perch. A little Green Cheek could use this, the Hyacinth Macaw behind me, or Sam here, our blue-and-gold, could use it. No problem at all. It is a great piece of wood. Because there is nooks and crannies, it is a little bit more difficult to clean, but I like it. Grapevine is a really good wood to use, especially if it has been baked, so you do not have the bug issue.

And another type of wood that is really new is the bottle brush. It has been around for years. A lot of people do not know about it. It is a Florida wood. Birds like to chew and they like to gnaw, and this does both, this provides both for the birds. Plus, there is a variance in diameter as you can see. The outside bark is thick, it is chewy, it is fun, it is a toy, so the birds can chew off the bark. So now this perch is not only a perch, but it is also a toy. Underneath, the wood is very hard, but it also compresses, so when the birds gnaw on it, it squeaks and it compresses together, and little pieces of it come off rather than bit chunks of it splintering off. So this is our favorite wood, and birds’ favorite wood.

Cooking with Parrots is a Nightmare!

Cooking with Parrots is a Nightmare!

I am trying to do the impossible – cook dinner with parrots all around. Sir William is busy on the counter trying to eat/chew/ruin everything. KC kept flying around the stove, so he had to be put in his carrier cage. And then little Queen Bean is happy as a clam, sitting there watching her brothers get in trouble 🙂

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Unboxing Our FIRST Chewy Order!! (Parrot Supplies)

Unboxing Our FIRST Chewy Order!! (Parrot Supplies)

The birds and I just received our VERY FIRST order from Chewy.com !! Watch us unbox our treasures and show you guys what we received. PLEASE NOTE : I am in no way affiliated with Chewy.com. I was NOT asked by Chewy to make this unboxing video. I will not receive any monetary perks from Chewy.com for this video! Thanks and please subscribe!

PLEASE ignore the ugly wrinkled backdrop in this video. My house is currently under construction (we literally just tore down all the walls) so it was better for me to have the sheet than the ugly mess and I couldn’t for the life of me get the wrinkles out!

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My New Rose Crown Conure

My New Rose Crown Conure

His name is Gillie! Still debating whether or not to keep the original spelling (Ghyllie, a word meaning a small waterfall).
I still don’t know the gender, but I am calling the bub a him for now. He’s super cute, but he’s got quite the beak; I look like I have chicken pox on my right hand. His achilles heel is grapes.
I also now know that getting bit on the hand? Could care less. The ear? Its like a spring has magically come forth from your eyes. I should rename him Moses.
Hopefully we can become really good friends in the next couple of weeks, and that I can teach him that no means no and no+no = bye bye time out. Also he needs to stop rubbing his beak on my neck because it always has grape on it like pls i just washed this shirt

Hatch Date: 9th October 2014
Receiving: 16th January 2015 (3 months old)
He’s still a little shy, but we’ve built some trust in that he’ll come to me if he gets scared or spooked. He’s not cuddly as of yet, but I hope he’ll change his tune once he grows less curious of me in general.