How the Aviator Harness is Made

How the Aviator Harness is Made

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Marianna visits Steve Hartman to learn how the Aviator Harness is made. In this video, Steve gives you a tour of his facility and tells you about what goes into making the best bird leash on the market.

I share even more of what I learned about how the harness is made that was not mentioned in the video in this blog article:
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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.

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Parrot Diet & Enrichment

Parrot Diet & Enrichment

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.

Bowie talks to Angry Bird

Bowie talks to Angry Bird

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.

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what your parrot does when you are not at home !

what your parrot does when you are not at home !

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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.

Secret To Tame African Greys | Series 4

Secret To Tame African Greys | Series 4

Welcome to a new Series of Taming Birds/Parrots. Today Parrot Whisperer went o a mission o help a struggling Bird Lover with his two African Greys. e thought it will be a great idea to film this to help you guys tame your african greys/birds by following Parrot Whisperer and progressing with him as he progresses!. Like this video, Tweet it & share it to help stuggling bird lovers. Bird Training Tip: Get Paper and a pen, write down each step in this video and Follow each step as outlined then implement it on your own bird. This is not a One day miracle, it takes time and patience when it comes to greys!.

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Ways To Stop Your Bird/ Parrot From Biting !

Ways To Stop Your Bird/ Parrot From Biting !

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Bored of it chewing on your fingers?- 3 SOLUTIONS REVEALED!!!

The most important thing to remember is when your bird bites simply show no reaction. Do not scream, do not shout and most importantly DO NOT punish your bird. That is negative reinforcement and we do not use that when training birds. Some people do in fact use it and that only hurts the bird and makes the training counter-productive which is bad !

3 WAYS !

1. Twist technique usually works most on smaller bird species :
Tell the bird not to bite.in a calm voice.Be sure to use the same words every time you tell your budgie not to bite.At the same time as you give the verbal command, shake the bird gently by moving your hand or arm or wherever the bird is perched. Don’t shake too much. Just do it enough to catch the budgie off balance so it is distracted from its biting behavior. It may take some time, but if you apply this method consistently the budgie will learn that biting is not acceptable and that it causes an unpleasant consequence (being put off balance).

2-Verbal command works more on larger bird species :
Eventually, if you notice that your bird’s body language shows that it is about to bite you stop right there and have a long stare in your birds’ eye and say no firmly yet in a normal voice tune. By time your bird will understand that “no” means “no biting” and this will help it learn quickly

3- Using a replacement : Offer your bird something to nibble on or something to chew instead and reward it when it chews it and it will learn that when it chews your hand their are no treats. when it chews something else there are !

My Parrot’s First Day Home, Parrot Taming Secrets | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

My Parrot’s First Day Home, Parrot Taming Secrets | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

Hello parrot lovers,
I am so excited to release this video to you!! I wasn’t expecting to make this video subject today but when I woke up this morning, it seemed right. 💖 So welcome to My parrot’s first day home, Parrot Taming Secrets!

I hope you enjoy this parrot taming video, there may be some things similar in this video to my old parrot taming video but this video covers specifically what to do on your bird’s first day home.

Please let me know in the comments what you think and if it helped you at all, you guys have been with me for so long now, it means so much to me to know if I am helping:) I know some of you are already parrot taming experts… and that’s why I think you will enjoy my speech at the end because, I know you are all here because we all have the same goal…to Engage our Parrots and Not Cage them!!

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Secret to Get Your Bird to be Petted Trick ! | DETAILED

Secret to Get Your Bird to be Petted Trick ! | DETAILED

Hundreds of Bird Lovers asked us how to be able get our bird used to being petted and Bird Tameness asked Parrot Whisperer to discuss this topic and Parrot Whisperer shows you a step-by-step, detailed instructional guide!. For GUARANTEED Success, please follow each and every step and apply it on your bird. These same exact steps have helped parrot whisperer train all his birds to be petted and helped hundreds of bird lovers!.

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EASIEST WAY to teach a Bird Step up | Demonstration

EASIEST WAY to teach a Bird Step up | Demonstration

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How to Tame & Train Multiple Birds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYiCC_fOJqs

Hello Bird Lovers, bird enthusiasts and bird owners ! Welcome back to Bird Tameness. Today Professional Bird Trainer & Animal Activist, Parrot Whisperer, addresses a highly requested topic. Previously, PW covered on “How To Teach Your Bird To Step-Up” the theory basics on teaching your bird the Step-Up technique which over 54,000 bird owners watched and learned from. After many requests over the years to create a demonstration version of the video, Parrot Whisperer, decided to address this topic in detail with Buttercup, the rescued budgie. In this video, Parrot Whisperer provides some of the most powerful, effective tactics that will help you teach your bird the “Step-Up” trick in a matter of just days ! PW has recommended those exact techniques to many bird lovers on BT’s Skype Bird Training sessions which resulted in massive success in their bird training. Those tactics were founded by continuous experimentation and research with several distinct bird species.

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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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My Funny Parrot Charlie as a Cleaner – Naughty bird

My Funny Parrot Charlie as a Cleaner – Naughty bird

My Green Parrot Charlie is acting so funny.Charlie is cleaning all mess I make on the Kitchen platform.
So funny.
Very active Bird I have and I am very happy for that.

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Duke Budgie – Parakeet Tricks and Flight Recalls

Duke Budgie – Parakeet Tricks and Flight Recalls

Budgie owners of flighted and clipped parakeets, please visit parrot forum: http://theparrotforum.com/

You can see Duke the budgerigar wave, turn around, fetch and fly to me on cue. I’m just filling in for Kat while she’s away to keep him in shape and trained.

Here is an article I wrote about the basic elements of flight training:

http://www.theparrotforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=228

Angry parrot goes rude with his master.

Angry parrot goes rude with his master.

The bird didn’t like that cage

Backstory, this is not the parrots cage, he takes in rescue birds and he had received a full grown parrot in this tiny cage (which is borderline abuse) so he destroyed it with another bird (who has quite a mouth) named pebbles, and trying to advocate that birds hate living in tiny ass cages like this one.

So pass this on if you are in support of animals being free without cages

Feral Indian Ringneck Parrot Problem (⌒▽⌒)

Feral Indian Ringneck Parrot Problem  (⌒▽⌒)

The Indian Ringneck, or Indian Ring-necked Parakeet (Psittacula krameri), is set to go feral here, in New South Wales–as it has done in Western Australia. It’s only a matter of time before it takes over and displaces the native parrot species. What do you think should be done about them? Should they be shot? Made into “parrot pie”? Caught and euthanised? Caught and sold on the caged bird market as “caged ornaments”? Given birth control pills? Desexed? Should I catch this bird and teach it how to speak? Is it better to fly free, or to live one’s life in a cage? What is the answer?

Also seen here are the usual Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) and a couple of cute Double-barred finch (Taeniopygia bichenovii).

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