Einstein perches on top of his cage, talking about all his favorite things! He also gives a couple friendly waves! Enjoy the kitchen chit-chat with Einstein!
Einstein Parrot is very talkative African Grey Parrot! He lives with us in our home in Texas and was hatched on June 15, 1997. Einstein is a silly, smart, and popular parrot who loves to talk and entertain! He is the famous for his impression of Matthew McConaughey, (http://youtu.be/WecS9-3ISkk) NOT the “Einstein” that was featured on the TV show Animal Planet. He likes to talk on various “parrot approved areas” in our home, such as the kitchen drawer, the shower, kitchen chairs, napkin holders, and of course his play perches! Einstein has brought much joy to our lives, but training and living with a parrot requires time, patience and sacrifice.
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Max and Katie the Great Danes have made two new friends. Watch and laugh as Katie sits on her chair like the peoples do and checks out Bangle and Sammie the Parrots who are riding out Hurricane Irma in our Tampa home.
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Last time we did a video on how to take your bird out of the cage and we promised you that this time we will show you how to take your birds back into the cage !. Here is the technique.
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How do you get your bird to go in its cage? .
Look at the situation from your bird’s point of view.
You really have to make it worth it to them if you want them to go inside without a fuss. Imagine it was you being locked up… wouldn’t you fight to stay out if being inside your cage meant no more attention, no more playtime, no more fun?
The most important thing you need to do (regardless of whether you have trouble getting your bird to go back inside) is to make sure the cage is a fun and safe place.
) Reinforce random step-ups. I give them a treat for stepping up and then put them back down. I do this repeatedly throughout the day. The purpose is to pair step-ups with treats (reward) and show them that a step-up doesn’t necessarily interrupt whatever they were doing before. If they get to step right back off, it costs them nothing and they even get a treat. Only rarely does “step up” equal going inside the cage.
2) Have them go inside and then let them come back out a few seconds later. This teaches them that going inside doesn’t mean that the fun ends right away. Neither does going in the cage mean that I’m leaving. I think a lot of birds don’t like going inside because they know it means their person is leaving them for the next few hours, so I make sure they get a bit of inside the cage time when I’m sitting right there next to them, still paying attention to them. That way inside-time doesn’t equal me being gone or them not getting any attention.
3) Put a very special treat inside their cage that they ONLY get when it’s time to go inside. Sometimes they can come back out when they’re done, but they only get to eat it inside their cage. Nutriberries work like magic in our house. In fact, 99% of the time, if you put the treat in their cage and they run inside by themselves. I don’t even have to put them inside; You only have to close the door behind them. Being inside the cage might not be the best thing ever, but neither is it a terrible thing since they get to associate it with a very special treat.
To sum up , have the cage filled with newer treats, newer toys and a variety each time they go back in !
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Kea parrot. Lifestyle and environment
Kea – a carnivorous parrots that prey on sheep
Hey guys! So I thought this would be a fun little video for you guys to get to know Jack! It was hard capturing his cuteness on camera since he gets uncomfortable with the camera too close.. but I had so much fun making a video of my “baby chicken” for you guys! 😀
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1st Song: Continuum – Lost (feat. Savoi) [JJD Remix] | NCS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9OWmGwbRG0
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3rd Song: “Love Is…” From: http://www.freestockmusic.com
5th Song: “Wigs” From youtube’s music
6th Song: CMA Music By Your Side – https://soundcloud.com/cma-music/by-your-side-original-mix
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