Archive for April, 2013

Training Made Easy

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Dear Parrot Lover,

Every parrot owner wants to have a sweet, cuddly parrot; but most end up with a parrot that is aggressive and that likes to take a bite out of every hand that comes near them.

Firstly, before any training begins you will need to understand what the circumstances should be in setting up the correct training environment for your parrot.

Parrots are at their most active in the morning hours and in the early evening hours. So choose one of these two times to train your parrot as this when a parrot has better focus and concentration. Just make sure that such training sessions happen at set time and on a set schedule.

Secondly, you’ll need to observe your parrot carefully to know if your parrot is ready to be trained. This can be done by simply learning how to read your parrot’s subtle behavior signs. These signs are how your parrot warns you before he is about to bite you or otherwise attack you. As soon as you are able to recognize these signs, not only will you be able to understand your parrot’s behavior a lot better, but identifying the triggering factors that precede a naughty behavior from your parrot.

The behavior signs to look out for include your parrot fluffing out of his feathers and pinning his eyes. Parrots that are alert and intrigued and ready to learn will typically stand up high on their perch and watch your every movement. Their pupils will also constrict and dilate.

If your parrot trusts you and regards you as a member of his flock, instead of a predator, he will attempt to communicate with you in order to get your attention. This is because parrots that are properly socialized and comfortable in their surroundings really hate to be alone or out of verbal contact with their flock members.

However, if parrot acts hesitant or nervous, you should rather place his cage in an area of your home that is less busy and take a few weeks to slowly move the cage back into more populated areas of your home. Make sure that wherever you finally place your parrot’s cage, it is a very well
lit area preferably with full-spectrum lighting and plenty of family activity and sounds.

Your parrot’s sense of his environment is very different from the way in which you see it. A parrot has eyesight that is between 2 to 8 times better than a human’s. Their ability to scrutinize images in their visual field and subtle motion at the same time is also greater than humans. Amazingly, a parrot’s eyes can even sense colors in the short wavelengths that are imperceptible to humans.

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We know that you must have always wanted to train your bird. Maybe you’ve been experimenting with the best way to do it. Of course, there are books, videos, on-line articles, but with all of this information out there….what actually works?

That’s the hard part. Here you are with a bird that needs to be trained or needs some bad behaviors erased, and you need the right information now. You don’t want to have to wade through the stuff that doesn’t work!

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Luckily, there is a training system that works. Actually, it not only teaches you neat tricks, but it gets at the heart of behavior problems like screaming, pooping on you, and even biting. There is a way to get your bird to happily step up to see you!

One of the easiest ways to learn for most people is watching someone else do it. It helps us mimic the techniques and do it right. The Bird Tricks training program provides free training videos that help address the problems you’ve been having so you can see easily what to do.

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It might seem like magic when you see how well it all works, but really it’s just the right information and skills at work. But, these are the same techniques that are used for the personal birds of world-renowned, professional magician David Copperfield.

You can look forward to putting your training skills to use right away with your bird too. In fact, one happy person reports that in only one week, her formerly vicious bird became a wonderful pet. “In just one week, this badly abused and vicious bird has become the best pet in the world!” she exclaims.

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Nathalie Roberts

Talking Like a Parrot

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

Dear Parrot Lover,

Parrots are extremely sociable creatures and actually constantly crave attention from their human flock members. It is no surprise then that some parrots will learn to talk faster than other parrots as a means of vocal communication with their owners. But what are best phrases to teach your parrot?

First you’ll have to learn how to properly train your parrot to talk:

The morning hours and early evening hours are when most parrots are naturally more vocal. This is because these are the times of day, when in the wild, parrots would go out in the morning to forage for food and then would return back to roost in the evening. Their calls back and forth to each other would help them find food and return home safely at the end of the day.

Therefore, it would be better for your parrot if you structured your training sessions around the morning hours or early evening hours, preferably at a time when the two of you can be left undisturbed. This means having no television or radio on, or having guests and family members come in and out of your training session. Such interruptions can be detrimental to your working arrangement with your parrot and could actually hamper your training efforts.

Obviously you will need to have a good rapport with your parrot before you can even begin to attempt a training session. If your parrot fears you or doesn’t trust you then they are not going to want to learn anything at all. In fact, such a parrot will instead be quiet and will keep as far away from you as possible. Once they trust you your parrot will start to get your attention by using its own natural vocals.

Parrots are natural mimics and love to imitate and try out new sounds that they hear. So start slowly and choose just a few simply syllable words and phrases to speak slowly to your parrot.

Try these phrases:

“Good morning!”

“What’ya doing?”

“Who’s there?”

“Come here!”

Once your parrot has mastered these simple phrases you can then move on to more specific phrases, such as naming treats and activities:

“Wanna cracker?”


Parrots are so intelligent that they will eventually learn to associate certain phrases and words with an actual situation or need.
Whenever you give your parrot a treat or a toy, ask him if he wants it by carefully enunciating your words. You should try to use an item’s proper name so that your parrot can learn to associate the word with the object.

By following these simple techniques your parrot will be talking in no time!

Talking Like a Parrot

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Teaching your bird to talk doesn’t take much work at all. Actually, only 15 minutes a day is needed when you use Real Speech training. Your bird can even learn up to hundreds of words, not just “Hello” or “Pretty Bird.”

The Real Speech training system knows the ins and outs and what works and doesn’t work. For example, you’ll learn things like:

The best time of day for training

How to best utilize recordings for training

Why your style of speaking may help or hurt your bird

What the best age to start training your bird is

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Bird Sees, Bird Does

But, there is also one secret ahead! Did you know that your bird can learn to speak even faster when he hears and mimics another bird? That’s right! This incredible discovery has made the Real Speech training system even more effective so you’ll find lots of different birds saying lots of different
things in the Teach Your Bird to Talk system. It’s likely your bird can learn to talk 10 times faster with this method!

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Nathalie Roberts