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This is our 37yr old Double Yellow Headed Amazon male beside our 10 year old timneh African Grey female, having what I thought was some sort
Of stress reaction or medical issue, until I researched & found that it might be a breeding thing?????
We adopted them from a couple where the man needs a lung transplant, otherwise they’d never have needed a new home.
The 1st owner had the Both since hatchlings, & the parrots have been together since the Grey hatched, so there was zero chance we’d ever separate them. The couple we got them from took them after the original owner passed away,& as I said had to rehome over medical issues.
I had a parrot as a teen? Have worked as a vet tech as a young adult for years, but have never seen this behavior with parrots as I never had more than just the 1 long ago.
According to vet records the amazon (Gabby) is male,& out grey (Pepper) a female, but I’m thinking new blood tests may be in order.
If any of you have suggestions/advice plz give it. Thank you for you’re time & willingness to help out.
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Short, Sweet, and Simple.
It’s not a matter of IF a parrot will bite you, it’s a matter of WHEN…
I am aware that in some rare cases owners have never been bit by their parrot 😉.
But the majority are so this is for those that do 💙.
💛Please keep in mind that I’m not a professional nor do I claim to be an expert in all things Bird related lol. This is just what I have experienced and what has worked extremely well with both of my adopted birds.
Remember to REWARD good behavior!
✨✨✨I also want to add that pushing into the bite may not be the best option, if you have a small bird or if you have an extremely aggressive bird that doesn’t snap out of attack mode and won’t let go of you.
Again, try not to react! That is exactly what they want/expect!
But instead you may want to give them a tap on their beak instead of pushing into the bite.(not a violent tap but enough just to snap their brain out of attack mode) This will get their attention and then you can tell them NO, give them a glare, and then proceed with the steps that follow.
You can also use a stick or a perch to use to put the bird in the cage after they bite instead of a towel. Both my birds hate sticks and will not step up onto one and are more comfortable with a towel.
Remember to have patience!
Most times a parrot will bite as a last resort, so try to learn and understand what your parrot is trying to tell you before they resort to biting.
***I would like to add also that I am now aware that birds in the wild do not have an alpha! Silly me for not researching further into this! I apologize… it is studied that the highest bird is the most dominant one. We do not need to be dominant over our birds however, training can be easily accomplished if we reward the good behavior and discourage the bad.***
💢Learn their body language!💢
Though there are occasional times (as I’ve experienced) that they will suddenly bite for seemingly no reason at all.
Adopting birds isn’t all cupcakes and sparkles! lol it takes work! A lot of love! And A LOT of patience ❤️.
You can do it!! ☺️💜💚💗💙
Thanks for watching! 💙
❗️❗️❗️85% of parrots are either resold, given away, or abandoned within just 2 short years of being purchased. ADOPT DONT SHOP!
I cannot stress enough how heartbreaking this sad truth is…. Too many people impulse buy parrots because of cute or funny traits they’ve seen in other birds. No two parrots are alike…
A life stuck in a cage is cruel and so unfair to these magnificent beautiful creatures.
They deserve the absolute best!
So if you are interested in a parrot, adopt one because you have the time and energy and if you want to save them from a life stuck behind bars, not solely because they are cute or funny etc.
parrots are a LIFETIME commitment. They can live up to 80+ years!!
I’ve given up many many things to give my two parrots the best life they can possibly have! (Night out, gone on weekends, vacation time, a clean quiet house, extra money.. Etc.)
But it’s all worth it, my parrots are my family and I love them like my children!
Please DO YOUR RESEARCH before adopting.
After all, we have our friends, our jobs, and our hobbies…
They only have us💗❗️❗️
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New Zealand’s endangered kea has an infectious laugh that influences the behaviour of its feathered friends, New Zealand scientists have discovered.
Its “play call” puts other members of its species in the mood for fun, research has shown.
When deadpan parrots heard recordings of the distinctive “ha-ha” calls, they spontaneously started to party – performing aerobatics, playing chase games, tossing objects around and kicking up their feet.
“We were able to use a playback of these calls to show that it animates kea that were not playing to do so,” said lead researcher Raoul Schwing, currently at the Messerli Research Institute in Austria.
He carried out the research while at the University of Auckland, co-supervised by Ximena Nelson of the University of Canterbury and Stuart Parsons, who was at the University of Auckland at the time.
“The fact that at least some of these birds started playing spontaneously when no other birds had been playing suggests that, similar to human laughter, it had an emotional effect on the birds that heard it, putting them in a playful state.”
Kea, the world’s only alpine parrot, have a range of calls, but one in particular appears to be used in connection with the bird’s complex play behaviour. It also sounds remarkably like a laugh.
The scientists recorded the sound and played it back to wild birds in Arthur’s Pass National Park.
The call had an immediate and dramatic effect. Keas of both sexes spontaneously began playing.
Play included chase games on the ground and in flight, mock fights and tussles, foot-kicking and repeatedly tossing the same object in the air.
“Control” sounds in the form of calls from a South Island robin, two other types of non-play kea call, and an artificially produced tone did not elicit the same response.
“As with human laughter, the kea’s play call could act as a positive emotional contagion towards conspecifics (other members of the same species),” the scientists wrote in the journal Current Biology.
“In anthropomorphic terms, kea play calls act as a form of infectious laughter.”
Contagious “laughter” has also been reported in non-human primates, such as chimpanzees, and rodents.
Play is thought to strengthen bonds between social animals, which has benefits such as food sharing.