Teach your Parrot to say Hello, Whatta you doing, Goodmorning & I Love you! (With 1 hour breaks)

Teach your Parrot to say Hello, Whatta you doing, Goodmorning & I Love you! (With 1 hour breaks)

Need to head out for the day but still want to teach your Parrot to talk?

Play them this video and it will train them to say Hello, Whatta you doing, Goodmorning & I Love you! included 1 hour breaks between each word.

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How to train your Parrot to Free Fly

How to train your Parrot to Free Fly

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*Please know this video is directed at newcomers to free flight and some self proclaimed experts.

Due to the influx of messages coming in from owners whom have lost their parrots due to watching videos online/social media accounts I felt it best to post this video to put to a end the serious and dangerous false information being spread by people and even owners currently free flying.

I understand I am not the best speaker, however it’s not about that… it’s about bringing to light a very serious issue that more birds are being lost daily due to many social media accounts and online forums feeding wrong information.

As I mention in the video, having 10’s of 1000’s of followers or even more does not equal qualification, knowledge or experience. Even my own “Adventures of Roku” pages have at current a combined following of 45k followers, this does NOT make me a expert…. however it does provide myself and others with followers opportunity to guide people to the right areas.

It’s crucial for people to understand that information/practices presented should always be screened to see if it’s science based.

For anyone currently free flying on social media, I urge that you remember that people are watching and literally taking their birds out randomly to free fly. So it’s crucial we redirect and guide people to actual science based training to completely understand what is involved and how to start.

www.libertywings.com has the science based course for anyone wishing to enroll.
This is the course I and many others have completed and now safely and successfully free fly.
I receive no financial gain for promoting it either (for anyone thinking that) I simply do not want to see any more tragic and Avoidable losses of birds.

How to Teach Your Parrot to Bowl | Parrot Training

How to Teach Your Parrot to Bowl | Parrot Training

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Kili, my Senegal parrot here, is going to show you how a bird can bowl. Alright. Good bird. Now, bowling is actually one of the easiest tricks you can teach a parrot because all it really involves is pushing the ball off the starting board and the ball does the rest of the work.

If you set up the pins right and set up the stand right, the ball should roll straight to the pins. And it really just comes down to being a matter of teaching your bird to push on the ball in the first place. That’s where our trusted target stick comes in. So, what we’re going to do is we’re going to target the bird to touch near the ball and then we can keep going and proceed to teaching the bird to target and push the ball. Target. Good bird.

By targeting the bird to the ball, it teaches them to get their beak on it. And you just have to experiment a little with where you’ve got to put the target tick so that the bird’s beak comes in contact with the ball and pushes it off. The important thing’s that the bird comes at the ball straight and pushes it straight. If they comes at it from a side angle, they’ll tip it over, it won’t roll straight and you won’t get the effect you’re looking for. Kili, target. Good bird. Alright, Kili, target. Good bird.

And then, eventually you don’t even need to use the target stick. You just have the bird come up and press the ball. Good bird. And then, once they know the trick you can go back to setting up the pins. No point in wasting your time setting up the pins when the bird doesn’t even know how to do the trick.

Teaching your parrot to bowl is actually one of the easiest tricks you cean teach because all they have to learn to do is push the ball. The setup and the ball does all the rest of the work. And it’s just a really impressive trick. The hardest part ends up being finding a bowling set that’s the right size for your parrot. Alright. Get the ball. Good birdy. Alright. That’s how you teach your parrot to bowl.

How to Potty Train your Parrot | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

How to Potty Train your Parrot | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

Hello fans of feathered friends,
I think this is a much needed video because having a potty trained parrot makes life so much easier. Now I’m not saying there won’t ever be an accident on your floor or shoulder again but for the most part birds are extremely communicative and they deserve the chance to be taken the time to train just like you would your dog or any other pet.

So I am going to go over the steps right here just in case any of them weren’t clear in the video.

1. Gage how often your parrot needs to go potty. This is valuable information as it will give you an approximate wait time before he needs to go again. when you have that approximate information you can move on to step #2…

2. If the allotted time has passed and you are lucky that you parrot hasn’t went potty yet. Take him to his cage or stand and set him there and tell him “Go Potty”. Keep repeating this phrase or any similar phrase until he does it. If he does go potty then move on to step #3. If he doesn’t then wait as much time as your patience will allow until he does. If he doesn’t go potty, leave him there to relax for a while (not to be punished) and then just bring him out to play a bit later.

3. After he goes potty MAKE sure to remove him from the cage or stand so he can resume playing with you or chillin’ with you as he was before you began the training. Then give him kisses, cuddles, head scratches or treats to show him that he did a great job in understanding what you asked for.

4. After a while he will associate this moment of returning to the cage with the phrase “go potty” and he will understand that if he does he will get to come back out again.

5. In time, he will let you know that he wants to go by chirping, talking, biting or even running around like a toddler that has to go. The reason, he will let you know is because he doesn’t want to have to spend extra time in his cage, he will want to get it over with so he can get right back to playing with you.

I hope all this helps. At the end of the video, I talk about not being cruel to other parrot owners who need help. Help them out with gentle words, even if they are doing something wrong. It will go a long way for them and their parrot.

Here is the link to the video of Rocky watching TV at night.
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Teach Parrot to Hang on Finger like Bat | Parrot Training

Teach Parrot to Hang on Finger like Bat | Parrot Training

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One of my Cape parrots are going to help me demonstrate how to teach a parrot how to hang off your finger like a bat. The goal is to be able to have your parrot hanging off your finger like this, just by his feet. We are going show you how it’s done.

In the beginning, the key to this trick, it’s a very easy trick, the key is to get the bird to be comfortable laying in your hands and hanging off on its back. The first step is to have your bird get comfortable with you putting your hand on its back. You are going to be able to need to roll him back. You’re going to put your hand on his back, like this, and give him a treat and get him used to being grabbed.

Then, we are going to put our hand on his back and roll him back a little bit. We want to make sure he does not get too uncomfortable, so we’re not going to go all at once. Give him a treat for that. I am going to roll him all the way on his back until he can lay in my hand, like this. He is still holding on with his feet, but he is lying in my hand, that’s good.

Keep in mind, folks, the process takes much longer. I’m just demonstrating the steps that you are going to need to go through. It may take a matter of a couple of days or weeks before your bird is comfortable laying in your hand like this.

Good bird. Very good.

I’m just going to keep rolling him back and briefly let go, and then hold him again and give him the treat. The goal is to just progressively have him on his back longer and longer, and go further and further. Invert him and get him comfortable being on his back.

Alright. Good bird.

I’m going to get to the point where I can roll him on his back and let go, and he is going to hang off my finger. Then, finally, when he is used to doing that, I can just roll him backwards and have him just hanging off my finger. Most birds aren’t going to drop their heads all the way like this at first. The way I do it is, I just trick him by holding the treat underneath, and have him pay attention to the treat to have him learn to hang longer.

Maybe even give him that treat, and that’s the way to get him to stretch his head down. Otherwise, most birds are going to curl their head upward while they’re in that position. They’re going keep their heads like that. By showing him the treat underneath, you can get him to bring his head down.

Finally, the very last step to making this a complete trick is you just snap your fingers and have him flip over and hang off your finger, like that.

That’s how you teach a parrot to hang off your finger like a bat.

Secret to Teach Your Parrot to Talk quickly!

Secret to Teach Your Parrot to Talk quickly!

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One of the reasons humans love parrots is their ability to talk. We love their vocalizations (well, maybe not the screaming they are sometimes prone to), and we enjoy the feeling of communicating with these intelligent, beautiful creatures.

However, you should never buy a bird only because you expect a talking genius. Frankly, you should assume the bird will NOT learn to talk, because a bird should not be traded in or abandoned just because it doesn’t learn human speech.

Most parrots learn to talk when they are either:

1. Kept alone with humans

2. Kept with other parrots who talk

3. Are members of a species with a facility for talking

parrots are vocal by nature. Talking is just another way of communicating with you. If they can communicate fine without words, why bother? For this reason, teaching talking is really about associating pleasant and positive events with words. Arbitrarily trying to teach your bird words you think are cool is not very easy – and in most cases doesn’t work.

African Greys are considered one of the best talkers – mainly because they have the uncanny ability to speak in voices that sound very human. Most other parrots have “parroty voices” that are clearly NOT human. People have been tricked by an African grey on many an occasion by the accuracy of their mimicry.

So talking is about communicating. How would you teach a parrot to talk then? Think about how a child learns to talk – they hear you say things IN RELATION TO WHAT YOU ARE DOING.

When you come in the room you say, “Hello.”

When you give them food you say, “Yummy cereal!”

When you change their diaper you say, “Oh oh! Messy poops!” (grin).

The child learns words because she sees that they relate TO SOMETHING HAPPENING in the world.
They also relate to emotions – if you hug your child and say “I Love You,” the child understands these words confer the meaning that is associated with a hug.

The best way to teach your bird to talk is to use the SAME WORDS with the SAME ACTIVITIES – association – pure and simple.

How to train your parrot The man starting a free flight movement

How to train your parrot  The man starting a free flight movement

Brody Murray lets his pet parrot Roku fly freely in vast landscapes near Brisbane. Inspired by his videos on social media, other enthusiasts joined in.
Some say it’s dangerous to let the parrots out of the cage, but Mr Murray says that with the right training and a strong bond, they will always come back.

How to train your parrot The man starting a free flight movement

How to train your parrot  The man starting a free flight movement

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Some say it’s dangerous to let the parrots out of the cage, but Mr Murray says that with the right training and a strong bond, they will always come back.

Teach a parrot to fly on command!

Teach a parrot to fly on command!

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How to Teach Your Parrot to Talk | Parrot Training

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This video is about how to teach your parrot to talk. First and foremost, it’s really important to remember that not all parrots talk. A lot of people buy a parrot and they’re disappointed to find out that that bird does nothing but make noise or that it never learns to say a single word. You’ve got to get a parrot because you enjoy having a bird and enjoy the way that they are, not just because you want a talking companion.

Keep in mind that parrots don’t have a mute button like a TV. So, you get a parrot that you want to talk and maybe it will talk all day long, maybe it will scream all day long. You’ve got to be able to accept the noise and accept that the talking might just never come to them.

That said, some parrots do learn to talk very well. First, they learn to talk on their own. They learn by listening to things. So, the first thing you can do to encourage it to talk is to talk to the bird. Keep in mind that the words and phrases you use are all up for repetition. So, don’t say things to your parrot that you wouldn’t want it to say back.

To encourage your parrot to say specific phrases, pick five or ten phrases that you really want your parrot to repeat and try to say them on a regular basis. Try to talk to your parrot when it is in a heightened state. That’s usually when their eyes are pinning or they’re attentive. Oftentimes, this is when you just walk in the door, the parrots are excited. The first thing that most parrots learn to say is hello because that’s the first thing that they hear whenever someone walks into a room, and that’s when they’re excited to see someone new.

Some parrots talk in a more calm environment when they think no one’s looking. African grays, Capes and other parrots like that are more shy and will tend to talk in their cages. Meanwhile, some other parrots are more bold and love the attention. Amazons and cockatoos are more prone to talking in person and for attention instead.

Lastly, you can try to capture your parrot’s vocalizations on cue. The way to get your parrot to say what it says when you want it to say it is to capture it on cue using a clicker. Whenever you hear your parrot saying the phrase that it learned that you want it to say, click the clicker and go and give it a treat.

Over time, the parrot’s going to learn to say that phrase more and more often. What you’re going to try to do is predict when your parrot’s going to say it, and say your cue. For example, if you want to say “hello” and you want your parrot to say “what’cha doing” in return, whenever your parrot says, “what’cha doing” respond with “hello” and then give it a treat. Over time, since it’s going to be saying it over and over again, first you say ‘hello’ and if it responds back with “what’cha doing” you can go and give it the treat.

If it doesn’t, then keep saying ‘hello’ until is says the response and then you’ll have the reason to click and give it a treat. Just remember, not all parrots are going to learn to talk. However, the more you talk to them, the better their chances of picking some talking up are.

How to Teach a Parrot to Turn Around | Parrot Training

How to Teach a Parrot to Turn Around | Parrot Training

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This is Truman, my Cape parrot, and I’m going to show you how I taught my parrot to turn around using a clicker and a target stick.

The first step is to just remind your parrot what targeting is like. Good boy. Very good. Truman, target. Good bird. You’re going to want to make sure that his targeting skills are up to speed, because the rest of the trick is all about following that target stick around in a circle. Truman, target. Good.

We’re going to just start getting the parrot to learn to turn his head in a motion to follow the stick at least 90 degrees at first. Truman, target. Good. The choice is yours, whether you target the bird from above or beneath. Some birds are afraid of things approaching from above. You can target them from below. Truman, target. Good boy.

We’re going to start targeting him in a 180-degree motion, and by getting him to turn the other way to touch the stick, and then we’re going to use the tree to get him to come back around for the rest of it. And then we can go for a 270-degree motion. Truman, target. Good. Truman, target. Target. Good.

I’m going to just make a 360-degree motion with the target stick above or beneath him, to have him follow the stick to learn the turning motion. Truman, target. He didn’t follow all the way, so I’m not going to reward him. I’m going to try again. Truman, target. Target. Good boy. We got him to follow that 360-degree motion, following the target stick.

Then the next step, once your parrot’s following the target stick around 360 degrees, you’re going to start showing your finger with the target stick and that’s going to teach your parrot to follow your finger instead. I’m going to have him, Truman, target. Target. Good boy.

And now that he’s getting better at following the target stick, the next step is to start implementing your cue that’s going to tell your bird to spin or to turn around. Now’s a good time to start say them instead of targeting, because he already knows to follow the stick. Turn. Good.

What I’m going to continue doing is progress to holding the tip of the target stick closer and closer to my finger, so he learns to follow my finger instead of the stick. Truman, spin. Spin. Good boy. Then, you even get to a point where your parrot’s so used to following your finger with the target stick, that you can put the target stick away and just have him follow your finger. Truman, spin. Good boy. Very good.

Turn around is one of the easiest tricks you can teach your parrot, whether it’s a budgie or a Macaw. Any parrot can learn to follow a target stick in a circular motion, and pick up the trick. And that’s how you teach your parrot to turn around.

How to train your bird to Free Fly!

How to train your bird to Free Fly!

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