Guide to Companion Parrot Behavior
A companion parrot is to a bird lover what a favorite lapdog
is to its owner -- a friend through thick and thin. This book offers a
wealth of advice on such topics as choosing between a young parrot and an older
bird, selecting and training a talking parrot, modifying some of a companion
parrot's behavior traits and periodically reinforcing behavior changes, keeping
the bird groomed and away from household safety hazards, and virtually all other
aspects of care. The author, a respected parrot expert, discusses ways of
coping with occasional problems that include excessive screaming and feather
chewing, and describes general differences in behavior among various companion
birds, budgies, lovebirds, cockatiels, macaws, Conures, lories and others.
NOTE: Acrylics will NOT withstand being dropped or thrown to tile, concrete or hard surfaced floors, PLEASE use common sense when giving your parrot an acrylic foot toy! These are a long lasting toy when used properly and with some "parrontal" supervision!
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