Aunty kay BIRDS Setup ka visit MUST WATCH | Inspirational video for Women’s | Video in Urdu/Hindi

Aunty kay BIRDS Setup ka visit MUST WATCH | Inspirational video for Women’s | Video in Urdu/Hindi

If you visit Lalukhet Sunday bird market Karachi, then you must’ve seen Aunty with here birds. She is the only women you will find there among all other male sellers. Today I visited to her home and discuss some tips and also this video is greatly inspirational for Women’s – MUST WATCH!!!

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Easiest way to Target train a Bird | MUST SEE

Easiest way to Target train a Bird | MUST SEE

Welcome to Bird Tameness, the #1 Bird Training community. Bird Tameness is back with a new Bird Training Video !.

Parrot Whisperer gives you all the Instructional steps required for target-training with visual examples and he discusses it in more detail here:
” I cannot emphasize enough on how essential target training is as part of obedience and compliance Bird Training and as part of transitioning your bird to learn tricks. Target-training comes straight after step-up and proper implementation of target-training will ensure that your feathered friend will be able to move on to “Turn-around” trick, “Flight-Recall”, “Come-to-me” trick and several others. The target-training that I demonstrate in this video is not just the “raw” method but also additional tweaks that I invented and added to the whole methodology after years of experimentation and research.

Now, Your probably scratching your head and asking, what about time-frame?. Let me explain this a little bit further. I divide Target-training into 3 simple yet powerful steps.

1) Get Your Bird to associate the stick with millet by building a good impression of the stick. You do this by poking a hole through the stick using the millet and then approach your bird whilst saying the command “Target”. Here approach the bird with the millet only and not the pointed-end of the stick just yet, and repeat this for a process of about 7 days. When you see your bird has slowly started to understand this, move the slightly millet further into the stick ( away from the pointed-end) and ask your bird to now target the stick. At this point you really don’t care whether your bird nibbles, bites or simply gently touches the stick for a millisecond. We only care about building a good impression of the stick. To reiterate what I said, ask your bird to target, approach the stick with the millet poked in and when your bird touches the pointed head, tilt the stick to where the millet is and reward your bird then click the clicker or say “Good-Boy/Good-girl” ( i recommend a combination of both for best results). As your bird gets the idea, start moving the millet gradually further and further away from the pointed head and asking him/her to target at each distance accordingly. If your bird is stuck at a certain distance (such as the millet halfway through the stick) go back to the previous, closer distance and reinforce that and then move on again until the millet has reached the end of the stick.

2) here you remove the millet completely off the stick and start target training your bird. Do this for about 10 days and each time your bird targets, reward accordingly with millet (honey/wheat) and here you can even start introducing new rewards such as walnuts, lettuce, corriander stems, brocolli, sunflower, safflower seeds etc. depending on your birds’ preferences.

3) start moving the stick further away from the bird so that he/she will start having to leap over to target. Do this for about 4 days. Once this has been understood by your bird, starting moving the stick away from the bird on the bird training stand (such as 5cm from the bird, then 10, 15, 20,30,40,50…etc). Remember, be gradual, be patient and let the bird take their time. Step 1 is the step that will take most time as it’s the “association” step, but once your bird has associated millet with stick and target with reward, bingo!. After your bird has become a master of targeting at distances, now you can move on to having your finger infront of his/her body and ask your bird to target and your finger will have to be at a distance from your bird such that he/she will have to step up to your finger to target. Do this for a few days (~4 days). Once understood, move your finger slightly away so that your bird will have to extend his/her leg even more. Again, do for a few days. Once understood, move your hand even further so that he/she will have to hop to your finger. Once understood, reward with bigger treats, praises and affection and then move your hand further, so he or she will have to jump to your finger and repeat for a few days and then further, further, further…etc so he/she will have to fly to your finger. Wait a minute Parrot Whisperer ? My bird is now flying to my hand on command !

Bingo!, flight recall is now a trick under your sleeves 😉

Consistency, repetition and precise implementation of what I have mentioned is key to success in target training!

Hope this video was as helpful as I want it to be ~PW”

Very effective and Powerful video PW, Thank you for sharing this with all the bird lovers !

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Teach Your Parrot to Fetch from a Perch | Parrot Training

Teach Your Parrot to Fetch from a Perch | Parrot Training

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Alright. So, Truman, my Cape parrot, is going to help us demonstrate how to fetch. I like to use a wiffle golf ball as the object. For a macaw, you might want to use a wiffle baseball. And for a smaller parrot you might want to use a little checkers piece, or something small that they can hold. Find something that’s easy for the parrot to grip and be able to hold in its beak.

The first step is to teach your bird to hold the object, and most parrots are inquisitive and will hold things in their beak just because they like to play with toys. An inquisitive bird that’s never held the object before may hold it for ten seconds, 30 seconds, a whole minute.

All you’re going to do is you going to have them hold the object, and you’re going to put the bowl under it, and just wait for them to drop it. This guy, he knows how to fetch already, so he’s waiting for the bowl to go under the ball. For a bird that doesn’t know how to fetch, they’re just going hold it, and they’re going to happen to drop it. And what you’re going to do is you’re going to hold the bowl under it, and just catch that object as it falls.

Your goal is to let the bird drop the object into the bowl, at any point when he gets bored of the object and drops it. That’s when you’re going to click your clicker and give it the treat. The goal from there is going to be to teach the bird to only drop it in the bowl and not drop it anywhere else. If you drop the object and it misses the bowl, that’s your chance to not reward the bird, and to differentiate that the bird’s only being rewarded for dropping the object in the bowl, rather than dropping the object altogether.

That’s the idea: the idea is to teach the bird to drop it right in the bowl and not anywhere else. So, at first, the bird’s just learning that it gets a reward for dropping the object. You’re giving it the object, it’s holding it, and it drops it at some point and that’s when it’s getting treats.

In order to teach it to actually fetch and to put the object in the bowl, as opposed to dropping it anywhere, is to occasionally hold the bowl out of place where the bird cannot get the object inside, and then it learns that it only gets the treats when it drops the object straight into the bowl.

The next step is to teach the bird to fetch the object to the bowl. So, first you’re going to just put the bowl to the side of it, make it turn its head to drop the object in. Good bird. Very good.

Alright. Eventually, you’ll reach a point where you can get the bird to walk over and pick up the object you want it to fetch and walk over to put it in the bowl somewhere else, and then you can continue to challenge your bird. Have them go somewhere further like, say, turn and get the object. Then, maybe challenge him for a little bit of duration, have him try a little harder, hold it a little longer. Good bird.

The next step is to replace the bowl with your hand, because ultimately we want the bird to come and bring stuff to us. So, you have him fetch the object and instead of putting it in the bowl you have him put it in your hand by blocking the bowl, and putting it in your hand instead. The bowl makes it easier to learn than using your hand in the beginning, but once the bird knows to put it in the bowl you can use your hand to teach it to fetch.

The Parrot Place: A Look Inside

The Parrot Place: A Look Inside

This video is about The Parrot Place, to inform viewers about how The Parrot Place can help you select a parrot for your family to enjoy for years. Susan works hard to ensure the highest quality birds. Susan will help you to select the perfect bird to become a member of your family. Susan works hard to teach her customers how to best care for and nurture their parrots. Please contact Susan via email at susan@theparrotplace.net or visit her website at susansparrotplace.com. Thank you for viewing!

White Bellied Caique babies

White Bellied Caique babies

Hi Everyone,
Thank You for visiting with my babies.
I am Rita from Rainbow Parrots.
Many of my babies go home to families who live in other states.
The purpose of my videos is to introduce my babies to their new families.
Each week as the babies grow and mature their new families get to know their personality.

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