Thursday, November 24, 2011

Basic information on Parrots

Parrots are bred for hundreds of years and it is not hard to see why with their beautiful plumage, the ability to mimic sounds, but also because their ability to speak and perform tricks.

There was and still is a strong association of pirates and parrots. This substance is derived from the parrots are easy to find on many ships as we continue to explore the world and find new countries. Parrots are often found in these tropical newly discovered land, and the explorers soon realized that parrots can be tamed and even learned to talk and do tricks, and would accompany them back on the return trip aboard the ship and so the association began with parrots and ships, and soon grew to parrots and pirates and ships.

Moving a few hundred years and we are still fascinated by parrots. Scientific studies have actually shown that some parrots intelligence same as a small child of about 4-6 years old and so it's no surprise to discover that parrots can learn to do tricks.

Teaching parrot tricks for a parrot has the advantage that actually improves the comfort of the bird, and to reinforce positive behavior in the parrot not to mention that it is comfortable for both parrot and owner.

The guidelines are some suggestions you should follow if you want the best training to go with your parrot to learn a new trick. You must: -

Keep training impactive and not let go too long and let your parrot will get bored or tired because it would be counter productive.

You must be comfortable learning environment for your parrot to distract Fri

A factor often overlooked is that you must wait to start training if you are both ready and not to make any kind of education that you are rushed to the time or stressed over something, because parrots are naturally intuitive and will be able to detect signs of impatience or stress again that would be counterproductive.

You want to start with a basic trick for your parrot to learn and master, so you want your parrot to learn to "Step Up" This is a basic trick that your parrot on a topic of your choice Step your command. To begin, use your fingers if you have a small parrot and your forearm when a larger bird, and you should contact your parrot and says in a firm voice the words step up. You have to seduce them and then reward them with a piece of their favorite foods to help with training. Once mastered this trick will be invaluable in many situations because it will help provide direction for your parrot.

Another trick that is often taught is the "flip" trick. Your parrot on perch and give them a piece of food and slowly while you do this then the parrot on your head all turn to eat. Different parrots have a different willingness to perform this trick, but they should all be able to learn with some training.

There are many other tricks you can teach your parrot after they have learned these basics and you can even create your own tricks for you and your feathered friend to perform. Some people think, talk or imitate sounds tricks, but in my opinion I would not classify them as tricks. Parrot tricks are more physical actions that you train your parrot to perform, and there should be no limit to the complexity of the tricks you teach your parrot to be, after all, they like to be stimulated and learning new tricks a big way both entertaining and occupying them. Do not forget some basic guidelines that I have mentioned above and you will undoubtedly enjoy the full hour of training and entertainment with your parrot.

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