What would a parrot think about what you are thinking about?
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.
The biggest personalities are found in the smallest birds.
A parrot that is aggressive is looking for understanding. You'll need to set aside your unreasonable expectations.
You'll need a sense of humor. No matter where you are in that training.
Living with parrots is as difficult as we choose to make it.
Judging your success by the level of their cooperation devalues the process.
Choice and responsibility are intertwined for humans or parrots.
A biting, lunging, or nipping parrot is communicating.
Visual stimulation enhances our parrot's quality of life and health.
The wild game of Marco Polo. Your parrot is trying to find you.