Tuesday, November 1, 2011

What do you think can your little bird sing just about like Willie the Parrot

We all know the heroic story of Willie the parrot. To save the life of a parrot is a choking baby is just heartwarming. Who would think that parrot that can save a human life? While we all want our birds to the intelligence of the parrot Willie, is the sad truth is that most parrots scream as they stress in their lives. So if they are really screaming for us to warn of an emergency, we can take advantage of their cries.

In most situations, parrots screech due to the stress of life in small cages, not getting enough water, food, sleep and social interaction. If there is not enough room to spread their wings and move in their cages, parrots are phobic, causing them to emit ear piercing screams. As humans, we would stress even when we are locked in a confined space without sufficient room to move.

The sound of screaming parrots can be most annoying, especially for the neighbors. In extreme cases, the parrot owner gets himself off. If not readily spoken, will lead to other behavioral screaming, feather plucking and as biting. A biting parrot is a threat, because it feels like everyone close to predators and is a risk when children at home. This is one reason why many parrots eventually rescued by bird sanctuaries because their owners just gave them.

The size of the parrot cage is the most dominant factor parrot stress syndrome. The basic principles for avoiding stress and screaming parrot is to ensure that their cage at least 1-1 ½ times their span in width, depth and height. This size allows the parrot to spread its wings to stretch and move without pain itself. Large cages can cost more, but it is a wise investment to make a parrot owner. It is also important that your bird cage. Some parrots are nice to know where the center of family activity is most of the time. The quieter parrots will want to be in a quiet area in itself, but still a part of the family business for social interaction.

The cattle of a parrot, it is always looking for predators. Placing the cage in a quiet room or a wall will allow the bird to relax. This is not a good practice to put your parrot through a window. While you may think that your parrot will enjoy the view and relax, you're really in a stressful situation, because the parrot is constantly looking for predators. A cat, a dog or other creatures to walk out of the window is not an unusual sight to see and it will have a grave impact on the behavior of your parrot will have.

Do not put a cage on the floor, because parrots are rarely on the ground in the wild. Mother Nature has it that parrots always on top of a tree, or at least above ground. The optimum height for domestic parrot cage is slightly lower than eye level. It is also the perfect height for the parrot to bond with keeper.

With the proper cage size and the proper placement of the cage to prevent your parrot from the stressful and reduce the parrot screams. Other factors, such as the quality of the food hygiene and are easy to make adjustments if you are sure that parrot is established and comfortable in his cage. Once the underlying cause of parrot cry is disabled, you can be sure that the next parrot cry that you hear may be your immediate attention. As Willie the parrot, your parrot is trying to silence something is wrong with increasing home.

1 comment:

  1. When people speak of wanting a parrot as a pet, many times they are visualizing a parakeet. It is the term that is loosely applied to many small and medium long-tailed parrots including budgies and conures. So if you are thinking of bringing home one of these birds, you should first buy a parakeet bird cage. It is important that you have a home ready for your pet before you pick it up.