ROCKY: The Harlequin Macaw
PICASSO: The Mustache Parakeet
HOST: Marlene Mc’Cohen
DIRECTOR: Kinga Rosen
EDITOR: Tracy Galmidi
Hello fans of feathered friends!! I have finally been able to make the video that most of you have been asking for… How to tame your parrot!! I hope that you like it and find some of my tips helpful! It is a long video but I didn’t just want to leave you guys with steps and no advice. With so many different types of parrots, I wanted to cover all the various situations that you could encounter.
Remember, taming a parrot takes time, patience and routine. Some birds will come along faster than others but stick with it. You would never buy a dog to cage him up and birds should be treated with the same love and respect:)
All birds deserve to have a happy life. Lets take steps together to educate people on birds and get them all out of their cages as much as possible!
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Hi Bird Lovers.
This video is made by me for all of you bird loving people. This Video includes all colorful and most beautiful parrot species. Have a Good time with this video. 🙂
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Cute Parrorts Dancing
Parrots are members of the order Psittaciformes, which includes more than 350 bird species, including parakeets, macaws, cockatiels and cockatoos, according to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). Though there are many types of parrots, all parrot species have a few traits in common. For example, to be classified as a parrot, the bird must have a curved beak, and its feet must be zygodactyl, which means there are four toes on each foot with two toes that point forward and two that point backward.
Because the parrot order includes so many different species, parrot sizes vary widely. Parrots can range in size from about 3.5 to 40 inches (8.7 to 100 centimeters) and weigh 2.25 to 56 ounces (64 g to 1.6 kg), on average. The world’s heaviest type of parrot is the kakapo, which can weigh up to 9 lbs. (4 kg). The smallest parrot is the buff-faced pygmy parrot, which is only about 3 inches (8 cm) tall and weighs just 0.4 ounces (10 g).
Most wild parrots live in the warm areas of the Southern Hemisphere, though they can be found in many other regions of the world, such as northern Mexico. Australia, South America and Central America have the greatest diversity of parrot species.
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This is on my verandah, on a summers day and we had 4 different kind of Australian parrots visit.
A collection of the different kinds and types of parrots. Enjoy!
Parrots are colorful, lively and playful pets. There are more than 350 different types of parrots; they range in color from vibrant red and green to stately gray and black, and can be quite small (about 3 inches or almost 8 centimeters) or quite large (up to 40 inches or more than 100 centimeters). When given plenty of living space, exercise and positive attention, these extremely intelligent birds are very affectionate toward their owners. Most parrots have an uncanny ability to mimic human voices, as well as other sounds. Don’t be surprised if your parrot begins to imitate a barking dog, a mewing cat or even your cell phone’s distinctive ring.
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