5 Things You Need to Know about Parrots

5 Things You Need to Know about Parrots - Parrots are beautiful birds with very different colors. You might have seen it in the wild or even had a pet. However, we want to give you some important facts about their behavior that make them different from your ordinary pet.
 Parrots are beautiful birds with very different colors 5 Things You Need to Know about Parrots

Here are some of our favorites about them:

1. Parrots prefer their head feathers to be carved into their beaks

While your dog or cat may appreciate being stroked from head to tail, this is often only tolerated or can be sexually stimulating for companion Parrots.

I prefer to see a parrot waving its head in a large ball to anticipate some head scratches. Touching your head is definitely a great way to build your relationship. They will like it!

Look at your bird's body language to guide you, is your Parrot just taking it or not enough.

2. Teasing us is how Parrots show love

Isn't that funny? Yes, that's right, this is no joke!

The parrot can try to herd the sticky porridge ball usually smells into your hands if you make it available. Dating behavior is also one that carers want to avoid. The beak will be carried to the chest and the head will curl with repeated movements when the food is brought back into the mouth. A parrot who has decided that you are his chosen partner will express his love by vomiting it for you. Isn't that strange?

3. Not all parrots can fly properly, not because they have colorful feathers

In some places it is common to cut the flying feathers in the Parrot just when the bird first tries to fly. If this happens (or you keep it in a cage that is too small to allow flight) during that time during development when the flight must occur, it can cause loss of flight for the rest of the bird's life. Teach them to fly.

There are also Parrots who are naturally difficult to fly because of their heavy bodies such as Amazon, Macaw and African Gray Parrots. These are usually birds that are cut during this critical development stage where their genetics will urge their bodies to try to fly. Instead of flights, each launch from the perch will meet with an emergency landing.

Behaviors such as remembering, training at the station, and developing flying skills make life with a flying parrot fun

4. Parrot is super-duper visual

If your dog is an expert sniffer and your cat hears the rustling of small insects, your Parrot can see the smallest spider on the ceiling. This means he also cares for you carefully. Especially if he is interested in your attention and friendship.

You should know the general behavior of Parrot when stroking it, because you cannot ignore their views.

5. Parrot friendship can be time consuming, but can be very useful

Most of us are accustomed to dogs or cats and like to interact with our furry friends. In general, most dog and cat friendships seem to be easily obtained compared to Parrots.

Many Parrot species are not as social as we thought. In the wild they live only with one partner or small family group. Flocking can only occur in certain conditions such as foraging or perch. Therefore automatically accepting new individuals may not be the norm for the species. Studying history also plays a role in how quickly Parrot might tend to respond to potential new friends. That's where training can help.

Even though your Parrot behavior might present a challenge that might be slightly different from your dog or cat, don't give up! They are often eager and ready to learn.

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