Kili Senegal Parrot – Driving Car and Birdie Phone

Kili Senegal Parrot – Driving Car and Birdie Phone

Taking Kili my Senegal Parrot out for a car ride. At one point I let the bird drive. You’re not supposed to talk on the phone while driving so I tried to dial a call through my parrot. Taking your pet bird with you in the car can be a good exercise for socializing and fun at the same time. My bird also does the wings trick and play dead on the dashboard.

If you would like to find out about the advantages of socialization and change conditioning for your bird, feel free to join my online parrot message board, ask questions, and have discussions:

http://www.TheParrotForum.com

Happy parrot training!

How Do Parrots Talk Like Humans?

How Do Parrots Talk Like Humans?

Are parrots just good at imitating sounds or is there something else that separates them from other birds?

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