Why Do Parrots Mimic So Many Sounds? Felix, the African Grey Parrot, choosing foods to eat on a table. And he is making all kinds of sounds while doing it. If he beeps, he's happy. If he door knocks, he doesn't like anything on the table.

Why Do Parrots Mimic So Many Sounds?

Sounds our companions make are more than just sound. They tell us stories, they tell us their mood, and sometimes they are just in their submarine. An invitation to play. Parrots choose the sounds they hear for two reasons. Two very important reasons that deliver their most important need.

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An African grey parrot perched near his window watching the world go by and ignoring all the humans in the room that he understands, but does not agree with.

Can Parrots Understand Humans?

Parrots can construct context and expectation like humans. What we do is a fascinating collection of things, movements, results, and actions. Humans are practitioners of chaos theory. We just think we make sense. To a parrot a human is pile of conflict.

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