ever wanted to hear a macaw scream at the top of his lungs?

he is ok please don’t worry lol.

also i love my bird!! the thumbnail was just gonna be the thumbnail to the video i was filming when all this happened so i kept it

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How To Properly Train a Bird *WARNING* this powerful video will CHANGE YOUR BIRD’S LIFE FOREVER.

How To Properly Train a Bird *WARNING* this powerful video will CHANGE YOUR BIRD’S LIFE FOREVER.


1:06 How To Tame a Bird Correctly | Bird Behavior: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdOnuUCc3ts&t=27s

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Welcome back to Bird Tameness Inc., the #1 bird training community, where all birds are tamed, trained and kept on a mental & physical balance. One of our Top Professional Bird Trainers, Parrot Whisperer talks about one of the MOST important trick-training topics that is unfortunately widely ignored by so many bird owners and overlooked by tens of hundreds of Bird Trainers in their bird training books and DVDS. Parrot Whisperer tackles down the 4 types of reinforcers, which to use, when to use them and how to use them. In addition, he provides several examples and types of scenarios where you can individually or collectively use different types of reiforcers to encourage a behavior demonstrated by a bird and eventually turn it into a “trick.” We hope this video was very informative and that you left it gaining a lot more of an insight with regards to Bird Training.

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Meet my pet bird!

Meet my pet bird!

Meet Primrose! My new rescued Rosy Bourke parakeet. She is very excited to show herself off and has lots to say!

This video is an introduction to Primrose but it does entail a little information and education about Bourke’s parakeets, my pet shed, some tips and tricks and funny commentary from Primrose.
(Primrose’s commentary is on the left side of the screen where as my added jokes or notes are towards the bottom.)

I wanted to mention that although in the video I say a high seed diet is okay for Bourke’s, that is true, but they thrive off of variety most of all. Seeds should only be a part of the amazing foods you offer them. They should also have fruits, veggies, grains, eggs occasionally, but most of all SPROUTS AND CHOP!

Here’s a great link for learning about sprouts and germinating seeds for birds (and don’t forget the apple cider vinegar rinse!) : https://www.beautyofbirds.com/sprouting.html

Here’s a great link for learning about chop for birds (and don’t forget that you can add sprouts to your chop!) : https://www.thespruce.com/chop-concept-revolutionary-way-feed-birds-390189

More info on Bourke’s parakeets: https://www.thespruce.com/bourkes-parakeets-as-pets-390918

Primrose is a Bourke’s parakeet. Her color mutation is rosy, or commonly called opaline! Bourke’s parakeets also come in normal or wild type, bronze, pale, pied, cinnamon and lutino.
You can see examples of each here: http://thesplendidbourkebirdblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/avian-genetics-bourke-parakeets-by-su.html

She is not a budgie! Budgerigars are only one type of parakeet, there are MANY other types of parakeets such as Bourke’s parakeets, Mustached parakeets, Scarlet Chested parakeets, Lineolated parakeets, Eastern Rosella parakeets, Alexandrine parakeets, Quaker parakeets, etc. They live all around the world!

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TOP 10 Best Parrot

TOP 10 Best Parrot
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How to Choose the Best Pet Bird for You (Petco)

How to Choose the Best Pet Bird for You (Petco)

Do you want to take home a pet bird? It’s important to choose a bird that best fits your particular lifestyle. This video gives tips that will help you choose which species is suited for you and your family. Whether you want to interact with your bird daily, or you’d like a bird who can spend time with a mate- everyone can find a bird that is compatible! For more information visit your local pet store or a bird rescue and talk to a bird specialist.

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Different Types of Parrots | Pet Bird

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Dr. Laurie Hess: So, parrots are from the family Psittacines mostly. Psittacinae parrots are familiar to us. They come in all shapes and sizes, down from the little, teeny parakeets that we know as parakeets that are really budgerigars, very common, to cockatiels, slightly larger, Quaker parrots, the one you know as Paulie from the movies, the monk parakeets that fly around actually outside and have lived very successfully outside even in the northeast, to some larger species. There are Pionus parrots who are medium-sized species. Kyeks. Then we get into some of the bigger species. Cockatoos, the white ones that you see so commonly. They’re so mushy. African Greys. Great talkers. Amazon parrots. The big, green pirate ship kind of bird that you see all over the place. There are many different kinds of Amazon parrots, too. And then the bigger macaws. So, parrots encompass quite a few different species and what’s fun is that we get to see all of them at work, don’t we?

Sarah: Absolutely. And it’s really nice. There’s such a large variety to choose from and, you know, that’s why I think people should really research what they’re looking for in a bird. So many of them have such specific things to offer to a family that I think it’s a really great idea to not just go and see, you know, the four common birds that you might see in a pet store. There might be something much more exotic or a different kind of personality that you would be interested in that people should really look into it and do a lot of research.

Dr. Laurie Hess: I think you hit the nail on the head. Personality. Absolutely. Different bird species have different personalities. And it’s really important to match your personality with your bird’s personality. So, if you are considering getting a parrot, a generic parrot, I would go to a place where you can watch them, you can interact with them, maybe you can touch them. Ask questions. Read about them. Get to know what your parrot is going to be like at home. Obviously, every bird is different, but different species have different reputations and you really want to get something that’s suited to you and your lifestyle.