Archive for the ‘Behavior’ Category

Bird Training Miracle Work

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Dear Parrot Lover,

Bird Training Miracle Work

Are You Frustrated?

Click here to see how easy it really is to have a
happy, healthy and obedient parrot

If you’re one of many frustrated bird owners, today is your day to turn it all around.

“In just under 2 weeks I have gone from a quivering, tearful, frustrated bird rescuer, to the proud owner of Dylan, the Parrot who in his own words is ‘alright’…. Thank you for your information…” Josette Bellham, Lowestoft, UK.

Just like Josette, Parrot Secrets can help you learn how to communicate with your bird and teach him new things (like tricks and building vocabulary). It can also help you fix bad behaviors.

Click here to learn about Parrot Secrets

Learn from Experience

Experience teaches you the best way to do things. Sometimes when we first start out, we muddle our way through things, learning by trial and error. This is how many parrot owners start out….learning from trial and error. Unfortunately, this can help create a lot of bad bird habits in the process.

Most bad bird habits are created by mistakes made in training. The good news is that all of this can be easily corrected with just a simple 15 minutes a day! There are three important things you need to do:

1. Learn all the key points of parrot knowledge, which you will easily learn with the Parrot Secrets system.

2. Armed with this knowledge, work to correct any miscommunications between bird and human.

3. Be able to recognize early symptoms of problems and fix them (or even prevent them).

Click here to read about common bird problems and how to fix them

What is Parrot Secrets?

Parrot Secrets is a comprehensive program to teach you how to work with your bird. It’s an easy-to-read 4 e-book system that teaches you things like:

Book 1: Learn how to teach your bird tricks and improve his vocabulary. You’ll learn neat things like the 3 easiest words to teach your bird and what are the most common indicators for a bird ready to speak.

Book 2: Creating a bird that loves you! This book will help you deal with bad behaviors like screaming and biting plus it shows you how much a difference toys and cage placement can make.

Book 3: The proper parrot diet, and one surprise for many ….seeds aren’t enough!

Book 4: The tips to pick out the right bird and how to avoid bad bird sellers. Learn how to do the proper research and get the right bird for you.

Along with these 4 e-books, you’ll receive bonus materials!

Click here to begin really connecting with your parrot

Results are
in….

“I found your parrot training courses easy to understand and follow. With a little patience and good humor, you can follow Nathalie’s information and train your bird to be a wonderful, life-long companion. My bird Sapphire is screaming less and I’m enjoying her more. What more could you ask?” Bill Tanner, Los Angeles, California.

“I cannot thank you enough, and aside from this bird, your training was the smartest purchase I have ever made. Every day we learn new things together. This course in less than 2 weeks has changed both of our lives… Thank YOU, again!!!” Jennifer Clark,New Hyde Park, New York, USA.

Click here to check out what others are saying about Parrot Secrets!

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Bird Tricks Up Your Sleeve

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

Every pet bird owner wants to be the proud pet parent of a happy and well-behaved
parrot. But not every bird owner knows how to accomplish this. And when their
bird currently bites, scratches and screams constantly, training them may seem
an extremely difficult task.

The trick to this task is to learn how to teach your parrot in a positive
way to ensure their happiness. A happy parrot is a well-behaved and loving parrot!

Before you can expect your parrot to be happy, you need to be happy and positive
first. If you are not and you attempt a training session your parrot will immediately
pick up on your hesitation and will become nervous around you. So, keep your
cool and talk to your parrot in a friendly and reassuring voice.

Another aspect to training your pet bird is schedule a training session during
a time when your house is quiet and there will be no disruptions. Turn off the
TV or radio and make sure that you aren’t expecting any guests. Such disruptions
can cause both you and your parrot to lose the momentum of the training session.

When you are in a training session, you should be as amusing as possible with
your interactions with your parrot. You should also carefully pronounce words
and phrases. These comical antics will capture your parrot’s attention
and they will want to mimic you to join in the fun.

Keep these training sessions short, sweet and to the point. If they are too
long your parrot will become bored and irritated. If this happens, avoid the
need to raise your voice at your parrot. This will only make your parrot afraid
and more nervous. Instead, simply voice your disproval with a firm tone and
a disapproving look.

Once this point has been reached, it is time to end the training session.
Regardless of whether the session ends on a good or bad note, place your parrot
gently back on his play stand and step away. The two of you deserve a break
from each other and this playtime will be seen as a reward by your parrot for
a successful training session.

Keep in mind that every parrot has their own unique personality and so the
time it takes to train them will vary from parrot to parrot. Never rush your
parrot to learn. Let them set the pace and always be respectful of your parrot’s
space. If they do not want to come out of their cage for a training session,
then just step away and try again later. Never force them to learn.

By being happy and positive your parrot will be happy and positive too!

Bird Tricks Up Your Sleeve

Training Doesn’t
Have to be Tricky!

Click here to see easy ways to train your parrot

So, I know it seems like training a parrot might be a tad bit tricky, and where
can you find the right person to help you along the journey? It’s not like there
are bird training classes or a bird trainer listed in your phone book.

The internet has broadened your options and now provides you with the ability to bring the bird trainer right into your living room! You can watch training videos, read informative articles, and be able to teach yourself how to teach your bird.

Click here to see a little bit of the information you can access

Not All Training is Equal

While the internet brings this wealth of information to you, you want to make
sure that it is good information that won’t harm your bird or your relationship
with your bird. That means seeking out only a true professional who knows birds
and loves birds. The wrong methods can not only damage your relationship with
your bird but can even harm the bird. Selecting only a professional who works
with a bird in a respectful and positive manner should be a priority.

The Womach brothers, consisting of Chet and Dave, have created Bird Tricks
to share their years of experience with birds right with you. Both have extensive
training experience, and Dave also has a magician background which includes
working with David Copperfield’s birds.

Click here to read more about the Chet and Dave and their training

How Bird Tricks Works

Bird Tricks is unique in that it is chock full of bird information that is
easy to digest. There are training videos that show each skill step-by-step
which makes it easy to follow and then implement. You’ll learn about clicker
training and target training as well as a lot of really neat tricks.

Chet and Dave offer free training videos to watch and learn from. Plus, you
can learn how to train any bird. This includes the eager bird that is very socially
interactive as well as the bird that may be more hesitant, fearful, or who suffers
from behavioral issues. Every bird and bird owner can benefit.

Click here to see exactly what is included in the videos

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Bird Training Miracle Work

Friday, July 27th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

Bird Training Miracle Work

Are You Frustrated?

Click here to see how easy it really is to have a
happy, healthy and obedient parrot

If you’re one of many frustrated bird owners, today is your day to turn it all around.

“In just under 2 weeks I have gone from a quivering, tearful, frustrated bird rescuer, to the proud owner of Dylan, the Parrot who in his own words is ‘alright’…. Thank you for your information…” Josette Bellham, Lowestoft, UK.

Just like Josette, Parrot Secrets can help you learn how to communicate with your bird and teach him new things (like tricks and building vocabulary). It can also help you fix bad behaviors.

Click here to learn about Parrot Secrets

Learn from Experience

Experience teaches you the best way to do things. Sometimes when we first start out, we muddle our way through things, learning by trial and error. This is how many parrot owners start out….learning from trial and error. Unfortunately, this can help create a lot of bad bird habits in the process.

Most bad bird habits are created by mistakes made in training. The good news is that all of this can be easily corrected with just a simple 15 minutes a day! There are three important things you need to do:

1. Learn all the key points of parrot knowledge, which you will easily learn with the Parrot Secrets system.

2. Armed with this knowledge, work to correct any miscommunications between bird and human.

3. Be able to recognize early symptoms of problems and fix them (or even prevent them).

Click here to read about common bird problems and how to fix them

What is Parrot Secrets?

Parrot Secrets is a comprehensive program to teach you how to work with your bird. It’s an easy-to-read 4 e-book system that teaches you things like:

Book 1: Learn how to teach your bird tricks and improve his vocabulary. You’ll learn neat things like the 3 easiest words to teach your bird and what are the most common indicators for a bird ready to speak.

Book 2: Creating a bird that loves you! This book will help you deal with bad behaviors like screaming and biting plus it shows you how much a difference toys and cage placement can make.

Book 3: The proper parrot diet, and one surprise for many ….seeds aren’t enough!

Book 4: The tips to pick out the right bird and how to avoid bad bird sellers. Learn how to do the proper research and get the right bird for you.

Along with these 4 e-books, you’ll receive bonus materials!

Click here to begin really connecting with your parrot

Results are in….

“I found your parrot training courses easy to understand and follow. With a little patience and good humor, you can follow Nathalie’s information and train your bird to be a wonderful, life-long companion. My bird Sapphire is screaming less and I’m enjoying her more. What more could you ask?” Bill Tanner, Los Angeles, California.

“I cannot thank you enough, and aside from this bird, your training was the smartest purchase I have ever made. Every day we learn new things together. This course in less than 2 weeks has changed both of our lives… Thank YOU, again!!!” Jennifer Clark,New Hyde Park, New York, USA.

Click here to check out what others are saying about Parrot Secrets!

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Learning to Speak Bird

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

If you are a parrot owner, then you surely know how wonderfully talkative parrots can be! They have an amazing ability to create all kinds of sounds and noises. But they also have the ability to say words and phrases too, all they need is the proper training.

Teaching your parrot to talk at home is not as daunting a process as you may think. As long as you equip yourself with the right tools, and the right frame of mind, anything is possible!

Parrots are smarter than dogs and cats and easily pick up words and sounds quickly. Parrots can be taught to understand long sentences and short words alike. Their first attempt at learning to talk will most likely be by learning to mimic the noises and sounds that you make when you are talking to them.

Therefore, you should always be consciously aware of the words you speak around your parrot. Choose words that are easy to pronounce so that your parrot can easily pick up on the sounds as this will help them to learn faster.

You should then focus on these words and use them in various phrases and sentences so that your parrot can easily pick them out, as well as hearing them used in different types of contexts. Pretty soon your parrot will be picking up on those words and will be repeating them back to you! Remember, that as soon as your parrot says a word, or at least tries to say a word, you should immediately praise him or her. Giving your parrot their favorite treat is also a good idea to reward them from their effort.

Set aside some time each day where you and your parrot can have some alone time to learn new words and phrases. Make sure that there will be no interruptions during this time! Make the teaching lessons short and sweet – never overdo it or expect too much from your parrot during the first few lessons. And make the lessons fun! A bored parrot will not learning anything!

You can also teach your parrot to talk at home by repeating certain words with certain actions, such as saying ‘bye-bye’ whenever you leave the house, or ‘sleepy-time’ every night when you cover your parrot’s cage for the night. This will help your parrot to associate certain actions with certain words.

Another tip is to tell your parrot what food they are eating every time you offer it to them, such as a banana. This will help reinforce the meanings behind the words to your parrot.

Remember to have fun teaching your parrot to talk!

Learning to Speak Bird

Want a Chatty Bird?

Have you always wanted a bird that could talk up a storm, whistle, sing tunes, and more? Maybe you’ve admired other birds and thought you couldn’t teach yours to do the same thing. Or maybe it’s just a whole lot easier than you thought it was!

Click here to see how easy it is to teach a bird to speak

Why Can It
Be Easy?

It can be easier than you think if you just know the way to do it. Most training problems with birds come down to the fact that we don’t always know how to work with them. Training a bird doesn’t have to be hard at all.

A new system, a “real speech” training system, makes it easier than ever to teach a parrot to talk. You can actually help your bird build a vocabulary of several hundred words! This system was developed by bird people who learned through experience exactly the best ways to train your bird. There are lots of factors that can affect your bird’s learning. Things like:

How much time you spend working with your bird

How you train your bird

What kind of bird you have

What mistakes you might be making

Your bird’s individual personality

Click here to learn more about teaching a bird to talk

The Best Training
Method for Teaching a Bird to Talk

You have the opportunity to learn these “real speech” methods for a limited time offer of a 30 day free trial. There is no risk for you at all, but you have a lot to gain! Birds are actually very eager learners, and with the right methods, you can easily learn how to communicate with your bird. The “real speech” training system can help you know how to tell what will work best for your individual bird.

Click here to learn about the FREE “real speech” system

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Is Your Bird a Biter?

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

Every parrot owner wants to know the secret to owning a happy, and well-behaved, parrot.

The secret is quite simple, actually. A trained parrot is a happy parrot.

Much like training your dog, training your parrot helps him learn boundaries and what behavior is acceptable and what is not. A well-trained parrot is one that is quite content in his surroundings and does not need to rely solely on his owner for stimulation.

But training your parrot can seem like a very daunting process, especially if you are new to owning a parrot. The key element is to never give up, and to never stop training your parrot. Understand that, at first, your parrot may be resistant to training and you may endure bites, scratches, and be subjected to screaming tantrums. But know that the more you stick with a training regime, the better things will be in the long run. However, when training your parrot to do anything, the most important thing to remember is to always interact with your parrot in a happy and positive way. Parrots thrive on positivity and will learn faster when you teach them with kind words and smiles, rather than stern looks and shouting.

So, before starting your training session for the day, do a self-check and make sure that you are in a positive and calm mood. Leave all your stressful troubles at the door. Parrots are more perceptive than their owners give them credit for, and your parrot will very quickly pick up on any stress that you may be feeling. This will make your parrot feel uncomfortable and he may be hesitant that usual during the training session.

When scheduling a training session, make sure that you choose a time when there will be the least amount of distractions in your home. This includes distractions from the radio, TV, and other family members. Always stick to a time limit. The shorter and sweeter the session, the quicker and better your parrot will learn. Otherwise you run the potential of your parrot becoming bored and irritable, which will cause the training session to be cut short.

Never raise your voice at your parrot, in or out of a training session. Parrots have wonderful memories and will remember your raised voice for a long time. Yelling at your parrot will only make him become afraid of you; and a parrot that is afraid will bite to defend itself. It is better to give your parrot a disapproving look than it is to yell.

At the end of the training session, allow your parrot to have some free time to himself to play. Reward him by allowing him to play on his play tree or elsewhere outside of his cage. Remember too, that you every parrot is as unique as human children, and will therefore learn at different paces. So practice patience, remain calm and happy, and your parrot will quickly become a happy, and well-trained, parrot.

Is Your Bird a Biter?

Biting is common in pet birds

Biting is common because it is a normal reaction for birds. It often is used to express fear. For example, if a bird is afraid of being touched or being approached, he will express that fear through various movements or vocalizations. If this doesn’t stop the movement or touching, the bird will bite. Biting is really to teach a person to stop touching. And it works! Biting is painful.

A bird should never be punished for biting since this is a normal reaction and is one of the last ways a bird can express its discomfort. But there are ways to help him become less fearful.

Click here to learn more how birds use biting as a tactic

Working through his fears

The only way to stop a bird from biting is to systematically teach him that there is nothing to fear from you. He needs to learn to trust you, and you need to fully respect him in order to make progress.

Will you be bitten in training? It is possible, but ideally there is no need for you to be bitten as part of the training process. The reason why is that you are going to teach him positively in small portions that don’t make him uncomfortable enough to bite you. It really does work, and it comes down to the use of a clicker.

Click here to learn how to avoid being bitten in parrot training

Using a clicker and The Power Pause

A clicker is a small tool that makes a consistent noise each time a button is pressed. It is commonly used in dog training as well as the training of other animals, chickens included! The clicker is a very useful tool for training parrots and other birds as well.

The Power Pause is a technique that utilizes a clicker. You are going to click and reward the bird for remaining calm as you approach him. The reward at this time is actually going to be you walking away when he remains calm.

Here is how it works: you approach the bird and stop several feet short of the bird. As soon as he stops talking and closes his mouth and settles down, click and walk away. Once he no longer reacts at this distance, you move closer. By working in incremental levels that the bird is comfortable with, you can teach him that you approaching (and eventually touching) is a good thing. You can ultimately stop his biting with this technique.

Click here to learn more about the Power Pause

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Unlock the Inner Bird

Friday, May 18th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

Not every parrot owner acquires their parrot as a baby or directly from a reputable breeder or pet store. Some parrot owners acquire their older parrot through a pet adoption program, or through a rehoming situation. No matter how an older parrot is acquired, they will have very special training needs.

Most likely your older parrot is more nervous being in a strange home with strange people and even stranger sounds and sights. They will typically express this nervousness through aggression that is commonly displayed by your parrot being extremely territorial of his cage or carrier.

You must have the utmost patience with your older parrot during his adjustment phase into his new home with you. This is certainly not the time to fight fire with fire! The quieter you are around your parrot and the softer you speak, the calmer your older parrot will become. Ever heard the expression “Music soothes the savage Beast”? Well, try playing some soothing music for your parrot.

Make sure that you also provide your new parrot with all of the foods that they are used to eating in their former home. If those foods can be considered to be ‘parrot junk-food’, such as foods that are heavily dyed and covered in sugar or salt, then you should also offer your parrot healthier food choices. But allow him to get used to eating different food at his own pace. Never simply replace his old brand of food with a new brand of food. Parrots need time to adjust to their food as well. Switching over too soon could cause your parrot to refuse to eat and he may starve. Sounds rather extreme, but it is sadly quite true.

You should also try to make sure that your parrot’s cage is a safe and happy haven for him. If your parrot still has his old cage, then you should clean it thoroughly and replace any broken toys, torn up ropes and whittled perches with newer and stronger ones. If you are giving your new older parrot a brand new cage, then do try to outfit with new perches and toys that are of the right dimension and size for your breed of parrot.

Place the cage in such a way that it is up against at least one wall in your house, and in an area of the house that is most often frequented by family members. Older parrots desire a sense of security and being against a wall offers that to them. The easiest way to assimilate your older parrot into the comings and goings of your family is to place them where they can feel that they are a part of your family, such as in the living room. But do not place their cage in the kitchen as fumes from certain types of pots and pans can be quite lethal to parrots.

With older parrots it is best to simply take your time in training them and allow them to actually set the pace.

Unlock the Inner Bird

Training Your Bird Can Do So Much….

Click here to see easy ways to train your parrot

When we see a parrot, we see what a pretty bird it is and think it can’t be that hard to have a bird for a pet. Well, that’s not a safe assumption! In fact, birds are great pets, if you know what you’re in for. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you can end up with a pet you can’t stand who screams at you, bites you, and generally disrupts your life.

Bird rescues are filled with birds that are no longer convenient as pets for owners who have grown tired of them. These birds can come with bad behaviors that need to be reworked before they can be adopted out.

The good news for bird rescues and bird owners like you is that any bird can be trained out of bad habits! Proper training and management can keep bad behaviors from forming altogether or can help change behaviors a bird may already have.

Click to see how training can help your bird

What Does Training Do

Training helps change the relationship between a bird and his human. It develops communication between bird and human, and it can actually make your bird learn to love you.

Many mistakes in bird training are easily made by an owner, particularly if you don’t know it’s a mistake. Sometimes owners resort to mean or punitive styles of training that just don’t work and are cruel. These methods create birds that are fearful or mean in exchange.

Training should be positive and geared towards the bird. When training is done this way, a bird quickly responds and noticeable changes occur in a matter of days or weeks. Those previous behaviors of biting, screaming, or trying to harm you gradually reduce and go away.

Click here to learn how training helps change bird behaviors

The Best Way to Train Your Bird

Bird professionals have developed a way of working with your bird that is easy for the bird owner to replicate. You don’t have to be a professional to know how to do it! If you want to have access to FREE videos, information on birds and training, and know that you’re getting the real deal on advice, you need to check out this training system. It’s even the training style that world famous magician David Copperfield used for his very own birds. If it’s good enough for him, it’s definitely good enough for everyone else too!

In the process, you’ll learn so much about your own bird, you’ll be amazed at what it does for you and your bird!

Click here to begin watching FREE videos on bird training

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Learning to Speak Bird

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

If you are a parrot owner, then you surely know how wonderfully talkative parrots can be! They have an amazing ability to create all kinds of sounds and noises. But they also have the ability to say words and phrases too, all they need is the proper training.

Teaching your parrot to talk at home is not as daunting a process as you may think. As long as you equip yourself with the right tools, and the right frame of mind, anything is possible!

Parrots are smarter than dogs and cats and easily pick up words and sounds quickly. Parrots can be taught to understand long sentences and short words alike. Their first attempt at learning to talk will most likely be by learning to mimic the noises and sounds that you make when you are talking to them.

Therefore, you should always be consciously aware of the words you speak around your parrot. Choose words that are easy to pronounce so that your parrot can easily pick up on the sounds as this will help them to learn faster.

You should then focus on these words and use them in various phrases and sentences so that your parrot can easily pick them out, as well as hearing them used in different types of contexts. Pretty soon your parrot will be picking up on those words and will be repeating them back to you! Remember, that as soon as your parrot says a word, or at least tries to say a word, you should immediately praise him or her. Giving your parrot their favorite treat is also a good idea to reward them from their effort.

Set aside some time each day where you and your parrot can have some alone time to learn new words and phrases. Make sure that there will be no interruptions during this time! Make the teaching lessons short and sweet – never overdo it or expect too much from your parrot during the first few lessons. And make the lessons fun! A bored parrot will not learning anything!

You can also teach your parrot to talk at home by repeating certain words with certain actions, such as saying ‘bye-bye’ whenever you leave the house, or ‘sleepy-time’ every night when you cover your parrot’s cage for the night. This will help your parrot to associate certain actions with certain words.

Another tip is to tell your parrot what food they are eating every time you offer it to them, such as a banana. This will help reinforce the meanings behind the words to your parrot.

Remember to have fun teaching your parrot to talk!

Learning to Speak Bird

Want a Chatty Bird?

Have you always wanted a bird that could talk up a storm, whistle, sing tunes, and more? Maybe you’ve admired other birds and thought you couldn’t teach yours to do the same thing. Or maybe it’s just a whole lot easier than you thought it was!

Click here to see how easy it is to teach a bird to speak

Why Can It Be Easy?

It can be easier than you think if you just know the way to do it. Most training problems with birds come down to the fact that we don’t always know how to work with them. Training a bird doesn’t have to be hard at all.

A new system, a “real speech” training system, makes it easier than ever to teach a parrot to talk. You can actually help your bird build a vocabulary of several hundred words! This system was developed by bird people who learned through experience exactly the best ways to train your bird. There are lots of factors that can affect your bird’s learning. Things like:

How much time you spend working with your bird

How you train your bird

What kind of bird you have

What mistakes you might be making

Your bird’s individual personality

Click here to learn more about teaching a bird to talk

The Best Training
Method for Teaching a Bird to Talk

You have the opportunity to learn these “real speech” methods for a limited time offer of a 30 day free trial. There is no risk for you at all, but you have a lot to gain! Birds are actually very eager learners, and with the right methods, you can easily learn how to communicate with your bird. The “real speech” training system can help you know how to tell what will work best for your individual bird.

Click here to learn about the FREE “real speech” system

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Training Made Easy

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

If your parrot exhibits any unwanted behaviors or has any bad habits, you will definitely need to train your parrot to obey you before those behaviors and habits spiral out of control. All bad behaviors and habits can be trained out of a parrot – all you need is the proper knowhow and plenty of patience.

Training Tips:

Because training a parrot requires patience, it is important for you to only begin a training session when you are calm and relaxed.

Make sure that neither you nor your parrot will be distracted by anything, such as the TV, cellphone and other family members or pets.

Learn to read you parrot’s body language so that you can more easily identify when your parrot is stressed, and also when to avoid a bite that may be imminent. Your parrot’s body language is the only way in which your parrot can truly communicate with you. And if your parrot is too stressed out, he will not learn anything during a training session as he will be too busy stressing and being scared. If you find that your parrot is stressing, try to calm him down by offering him his favorite treat.

Always use positive reinforcement when training your parrot. As soon as your parrot does obey your command or does something, you should immediately give him a treat or other type of reward, such as genuine praise. But if your parrot is misbehaving, it is best to simply ignore his antics. Your parrot desperately wants your undivided attention, and so he will quickly learn that certain behaviors grant your attention, whilst others do not – he’ll soon learn the difference.

Never, ever punish your parrot. Even negative attention, in the form of a punishment, is still considered by your parrot to be attention and punishing your parrots will make him get used to the negative attention which can cause your parrot to continue his naughty behavior.

Always keep your parrot’s training sessions short, sweet and to the point. This is just as much for your own sanity as it is for your parrots, as parrots have relatively short attention spans.

After the training session is done, allow your parrot to return to his cage or play stand for a few minutes of quiet playtime.

Always practice patience. Just like you, your parrot has a very unique personality and this will play a large part in their training. Do not become discouraged – it will take quite a few training sessions for your parrot to understand exactly what it is that you are training him to do.

Training Made Easy

What is the Best Way to Train Your Bird

Click Here To Receive any or all of these amazing,
groundbreaking training videos.

If there is one thing that everyone can agree on, it would be that no one can agree! That is true of just about everything in life but particularly when it comes to training animals. The problem for the average bird owner is that you’re left with trying to muddle your way through it all and figure out what works best for your bird.

You may be successful and you may not be successful. That’s why I want to share with you an easy training system that works with your bird to both teach new behaviors but to also correct bad behaviors.

Click here to learn about bird training

Learn from Experience

Just about the best way to learn the right way to do something is to do the research and then go with the pros. There is always someone that has come before you, had triumphs but has also made mistakes, and then has honed in a really good way of doing something.

Luckily, there is a pro in the bird training field that has done this for you. His methods stand up to trial and error and are even used by world renowned magician David Copperfield with his own personal birds.

Click here to see David and his birds

What Training Can Do

Not only can you use training to teach your bird neat tricks (like waving his foot, putting a ring on a peg, etc.), you can also use training to bond with your bird. Plus, training helps ward off boredom in your bird and behavioral issues like screaming and feather plucking. You can create a much happier and nicer bird with no magic involved!

With this training system, you’ll have instant access to training videos that will show you step-by-step how to work with your bird. Let a pro show you the way!

Click here to see the free videos

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Reward Your Way to a Talking Bird

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

One of the main reasons why pet parents choose parrots as their pet, is because parrots are known for their talking ability. However, what these pet parents do not realize is that not all parrots can, or will, talk.

This is because not every parrot species has the genetic makeup for speech. And it is also because not every pet parent knows how to teach their parrot to talk. That’s right – you have to teach your parrot how to talk – parrots are born knowing how!

There are certain species that are prone to speech. These are the larger birds such as Amazon, Macaws, African Greys, and Cockatoos. Some Conures and Budgies and Cockatiels can also learn a few words too.

Parrots are flock creatures and use screams, chirps, and song to communicate with their other flock members. As their pet parent, you will need to establish yourself as their new flock leader. It will be your responsibility to not only care for your parrot, but to also use sound and vocalization to interact with your parrot effectively. Herein lies the opportunity in teaching parrots to talk.

Here are a few suggestions on teaching a parrot to talk:

Place your parrot’s cage in a busy family room so he can became accustomed to the regular noises and conversations of the family.

Schedule actual training sessions of at least 30 minutes per day where
you and your bird will uninterrupted. Use the first 15 minutes for actual verbal training, and the last 15 minutes of playing, petting, praising and cuddling.

Keep your parrot’s attention by speaking in an animated voice and enunciate your words carefully. Teach your parrot new words by strategically placing them in conversations that you have with your parrot. For example, use ‘hello’ whenever you come home and go to your parrot’s cage. Or use ‘good morning’ when you wake your parrot up in the mornings.

If you have to leave the house for work or for an extended amount of time, leave the TV or radio on for your parrot. This helps to get your parrot more accustomed to a myriad of sounds and voices. Just be sure not to leave the TV on any violent shows.

But parrot CD that is created to teach parrot’s to talk. These are wonderful to leave on repeat whenever you go out of the house.

Teach your parrot how to whistle before you try to teach him how to talk. This will help your parrot become accustomed to communicating with you in an effective manner.

Learning to Speak Bird

Want a Chatty Bird?

Have you always wanted a bird that could talk up a storm, whistle, sing tunes, and more? Maybe you’ve admired other birds and thought you couldn’t teach yours to do the same thing. Or maybe it’s just a whole lot easier than you thought it was!

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Why Can It
Be Easy?

It can be easier than you think if you just know the way to do it. Most training problems with birds come down to the fact that we don’t always know how to work with them. Training a bird doesn’t have to be hard at all.

A new system, a “real speech” training system, makes it easier than ever to teach a parrot to talk. You can actually help your bird build a vocabulary of several hundred words! This system was developed by bird people who learned through experience exactly the best ways to train your bird. There are lots of factors that can affect your bird’s learning. Things like:

How much time you spend working with your bird

How you train your bird

What kind of bird you have

What mistakes you might be making

Your bird’s individual personality

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The Best Training
Method for Teaching a Bird to Talk

You have the opportunity to learn these “real speech” methods for a limited time offer of a 30 day free trial. There is no risk for you at all, but you have a lot to gain! Birds are actually very eager learners, and with the right methods, you can easily learn how to communicate with your bird. The “real speech” training system can help you know how to tell what will work best for your individual bird.

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Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Bird Training Miracle Work

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Dear Parrot Lover,

Bird Training Miracle Work

Are You Frustrated?

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Just like Josette, Parrot Secrets can help you learn how to communicate with your bird and teach him new things (like tricks and building vocabulary). It can also help you fix bad behaviors.

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Learn from Experience

Experience teaches you the best way to do things. Sometimes when we first start out, we muddle our way through things, learning by trial and error. This is how many parrot owners start out….learning from trial and error. Unfortunately, this can help create a lot of bad bird habits in the process.

Most bad bird habits are created by mistakes made in training. The good news is that all of this can be easily corrected with just a simple 15 minutes a day! There are three important things you need to do:

1. Learn all the key points of parrot knowledge, which you will easily learn with the Parrot Secrets system.

2. Armed with this knowledge, work to correct any miscommunications between bird and human.

3. Be able to recognize early symptoms of problems and fix them (or even prevent them).

Click here to read about common bird problems and how to fix them

What is Parrot Secrets?

Parrot Secrets is a comprehensive program to teach you how to work with your bird. It’s an easy-to-read 4 e-book system that teaches you things like:

Book 1: Learn how to teach your bird tricks and improve his vocabulary. You’ll learn neat things like the 3 easiest words to teach your bird and what are the most common indicators for a bird ready to speak.

Book 2: Creating a bird that loves you! This book will help you deal with bad behaviors like screaming and biting plus it shows you how much a difference toys and cage placement can make.

Book 3: The proper parrot diet, and one surprise for many ….seeds aren’t enough!

Book 4: The tips to pick out the right bird and how to avoid bad bird sellers. Learn how to do the proper research and get the right bird for you.

Along with these 4 e-books, you’ll receive bonus materials!

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Results are in….

“I found your parrot training courses easy to understand and follow. With a little patience and good humor, you can follow Nathalie’s information and train your bird to be a wonderful, life-long companion. My bird Sapphire is screaming less and I’m enjoying her more. What more could you ask?” Bill Tanner, Los Angeles, California.

“I cannot thank you enough, and aside from this bird, your training was the smartest purchase I have ever made. Every day we learn new things together. This course in less than 2 weeks has changed both of our lives… Thank YOU, again!!!” Jennifer Clark,New Hyde Park, New York, USA.

Click here to check out what others are saying about Parrot Secrets!

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts