Understanding cockatiel behavior
is the first step to keeping these wonderful birds as
pets. These parrots are easy to take care of and they
are relatively quiet compared to their larger cousins,
viz, macaws and African Greys.
Backing up into a corner and hissing
are not a part of normal cockatiel behavior.
These are signs that they are threatened or frightened.
Try and find out the source of their fear and do away
with it as soon as you can. However, bobbing the head,
scratching and grinding the beak are absolutely normal
cockatiel behavior. These gestures
show they are happy and relaxed.
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