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ParrotWizard.com Join the parrot forum for discussions about senegals, parakeets, other parrots, tricks, training, care, and more. http Kili the Senegal Parrot plays dead when I pretend to shoot her with my fingers. Also includes, shake, wave, nod, turn around, fetch, and the bat. You can try to teach these parrot tricks to your bird too. Play dead is where I point fake finger gun at bird and it drops on back and lays there until I release. Shake is actually shake head no trick. Nod is to raise head up and down for yes. Wave is to pick up foot and wave back. Turn around is to spin 360 degrees on the perch or floor. Fetch is the retrieve command to bring any small object back to me or where I designate. The bat trick is where the parrot hangs upside down from my hand like a bat. Since everyone likes the play dead trick so much, I recorded a newer/better video of Kili playing dead. Now she does it better than ever and I highly recommend you see it as well: www.youtube.com Here is Kili’s newest flight tricks medley: www.youtube.com Since everyone is asking about how I trained the bird to perform these tricks. Here are a few videos that should help you get started. If the budgie can do it, any other parrot can probably do it better. We used the same methods (but possibly more refined) on the budgie as I used on the Senegal to teach her these 9 months ago. This teaches target training: TrainedParrot.com This shows you how to teach turn around trick: www.youtube.com This …
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More than 300 different species of parrots come from all over the world, such as Africa, Australia and South America. Learn about the different species of parrots with tips from a bird caretaker in this free video on birds. Expert: Madeline Franco Bio: Madeline Franco has been working with birds since age 7, and is a work-at-home “Bird Mom” for approximately 30 birds. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
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