varies as much as mine would from yours. Some problems
in parrot behaviour include biting, screaming
and feather plucking. Each problem in parrot behaviour
has a specific reason. Some parrots may develop phobias.
As a parrot owner for the last twenty years, I think
the best way to react to parrot behaviour
problems is to try and understand the thought processes
of these highly intelligent birds.
Just like a new baby, helping your
baby parrot to settle down in a new home helps to
ease parrot behaviour problems. Use
the same method for an adult parrot when it is shifted
to a new surrounding. There are many factors that
can affect parrot behaviour. The size and location
of the cage, boredom, insufficient exercise and deprivation
may lead to severe parrot behaviour problems. The
best way to tackle parrot behaviour is to train and
tame your parrots so that they never complain!
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