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
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