Managing parrots in a multi-species household

Managing parrots in a multi-species household

Parrots and other household pets can coexist harmoniously, but it requires careful planning, training, and constant supervision to ensure the safety of all involved. Challenges: Natural predator-prey instincts: Parrots are prey animals, whereas pets like cats and dogs...
Parrots and children

Parrots and children

Can Kids and Parrots Really Bond? Insights into Their Relationship Ah, the age-old question – do children and parrots make the best of friends? Much like many relationships, it hinges greatly on the personalities of both the parrot and the child involved. The Dynamics...
Flight training

Flight training

Safely Harnessing the Freedom of Flight Birds, especially parrots, are naturally gifted aviators. Their primary mode of transportation is their wings, even though they are also adept climbers and walkers. The ability to fly is not just essential for a bird’s...
Station training

Station training

Delving into parrot training, one method that reigns supreme in maintaining household harmony is station training. By teaching your parrot to “station,” you effectively guide them to remain on a designated perch or location, unless signalled otherwise...
Touching your bird

Touching your bird

When you think of showing affection to your pet, a gentle touch or petting often comes to mind. However, petting a parrot is an entirely different ballgame compared to petting a dog or cat. Parrots have unique body language, and a misguided touch can easily be...
Parrot body language

Parrot body language

Parrots are enigmatic creatures, with a rich tapestry of behaviours that, if understood, can pave the way for a harmonious relationship between bird and owner. However, it’s essential to remember that, much like humans, no two parrots are identical. While some...