See in detail how easily we can take a blood test on a non sedated African grey parrot, to provide optimum care for your delightful companion.
Discover how to stop your parrot from screaming and feather plucking through enrichment. Parrots in the wild don’t pluck their feathers because most of their time is occupied searching and foraging for food. If your parrot screams incessantly or plucks their feathers, simply covering the cage and providing more toys might not be the answer.
Took angrybird out of the toy box and Bowie went nuts:)
excuse the bird poopie! :/….I cleaned the playgym that night :p
He asks “what’s that” “what’s wrong” and “what’re u looking at”.
**note: not all birds will talk, Bowie is very good though. I repeat a lot of simple phrases to him when he’s in a good mood. He’s 3 yrs old. Lutino ringneck.
Long live bird tameness !. here is what we caught on camera!.
All about ringnecks :
Indian Ringnecks in my opinion make excellent pets. They have stable personalities and can cope with minimal attention during busy times (does not mean they are content alone), and are great companions. These birds are stigmatized with a bad reputation of being impossible to keep. Avian breeders, who have had little experience with ringnecks, are usually quick to point out that ringnecks make horrible pets. This is untrue and I find that on the contrary they make marvelous pets. I believe not enough time and research has been invested into these parrots to make such a false statement. This bird is adored more for its mutations rather then its marvelous characteristics and pet qualities.
In general, IRNs (Indian Ringnecks) are not affectionate by nature. During the breeding season, which will vary form location to location, IRNs become affectionate and demand it. They are not as affectionate as some well known other parrots; however, there are those that always break the rule. It is important to understand that parrots have personalities much like humans and every bird is an individual. Many times, while reading articles or watching IRNs around their owners I’ll see just how affectionate they are. I then become delusional of the idea that ringnecks don’t like to be petted. Even though it’s said ringnecks do not like being petted, they NEED and crave social interaction.
Ringnecks are marvelous talkers. They can talk very well and hearing them talk can be an enjoyment. Some ringnecks start talking around seven months, while most start around a year. They talk clearly and can easily be understood by strangers. These parrots can easily keep up with their larger cousins. Both males and females are able to talk; however, the male seems to be more gifted.
It should be said that buying a parrot for its talking ability is not a smart choice or is it ethical. Too many times people buy parrots on impulse and the species ability to mimic speech. This impulse buying is common and the result is devastating. The parrot, who did not meet the owner’s expectations, is subjected to a life of boredom and usually goes from house to house. As stated above, each bird is an individual and some will not talk. Parrots should be purchased for their company rather then their talking ability.
Along with their ability to mimic speech rather well, the Indian Ringneck is an avid learner. These parrots pick up concepts extremely fast, along with tricks and behaviors. In Asia, these birds are used as performers to attract spectators as they pass by shops. These parrots love to be challenged mentally and look forward to mental stimulation.
this is the video of green ring neck parrot they are in green color also raw parrot also my farm video,
this is the video of my cocktail parrot this pair is so amazing breederd and the average of chicks is very good , white cocktail , common white cocktail , common gray parrot, amazing breeders
Cocktails are the smallest birds in the family of cocatoo they are so intelleginat and amazing brids you can easily train them they have perfect voice for singing , cocktail parrots are amazing breeders some cocktails have cocktails are the most famous birds as pet people have austrilan buddgies at first place as pet and the 2nd no is cocktail use to have as pet bird ,
in this video i will show you my Australian buddies parrots with chicks mother have 5 chicks with him you can see in the video , most amazing birds from australia these parrot breed very well and most popular pet bird in the bird austrilan birds are so amazing and they give good production in the breeding seasson ,
IT this video i will show you different types of parrots , like love birds, Austrailan budges hope you will like my video
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this market is in lahore , you can see the beauty of parrot ,,
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i have alot of bird in my cage , cockatiel bird and aurstralian bird are in same cage some time they fight with each other but they are are laying eggs in the colony cockatiel parrot are looking huge in from on austrilan buddgies
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The Kea Parrot is a meat eating alpine parrot from New Zealand. I got to see them in Arthur’s Pass in 2015. I finally got to posting this video of these amazing parrots. They are omnivores and eat plenty of plant matter but they are uniquely the only parrot that naturally eats meat as well.
Nestor notabilis, the Kea Parrot is endemic to New Zealand. It’s called the Kea because it makes a Keeyaa sound when it calls. So check out this video and see my interactions, impressions, and all around amazing experience seeing the noble Kea Parrots.
I know by now, most of you here are following Cody the African Grey and his progress as I film myself taming him but for those of you who don’t have all of the information. Cody is an African Grey who I brought home a few hours before this Parrot video. For more information on Cody the African Grey and how I ended up with him today, I will put the link to the very first Cody video below.
Still know one in the house knows about Cody and no one is home so everyone will be surprised. I know George will come home soon and that is part of the reason why I am letting Cody stay out on top of his cage. I want George to walk in and see him and hopefully I can get his reaction.
I also found this to be a great opportunity to talk about how a parrot doesn’t not need to be your best friend to have a life where he isn’t locked up. At this point, you saw Cody try to bite me and you also know that the moment I met him, he let me give him a head scratch. Him trying to bite me does not deter me from wanting to give him a good life. Him letting me scratch his head proves there is a wonderful companion inside that little soul and even if he had never let me scratch his head, all parrots are special enough souls to NEVER be left in a cage locked up.
So I took this moment to show you guys basically how he’s out and given space. I am not trying to do too much at once. He will have a big day tomorrow:) With George coming home and later in the evening Genna will meet him.
CODY THE AFRICAN GREY RESCUE VIDEO #1:
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Indian Ringneck Parakeets New Cage | Rio loves her new cage. It is bigger than her previous cage. It has more room for toys, perches and food bowls. It’s important to get the largest cage for your bird along with out of cage time.
Indian Ringneck Parakeet ~ Rio: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6uTBIckTWD6bs7UWi55sBZSQn8eHMLVp
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