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Taming birds & Parrots, Raising awareness, Loving birds unconditionally, Raising awareness voluntarily and taking initiative to make a difference.
Taming birds & Parrots, Raising awareness, Loving birds unconditionally, Raising awareness voluntarily and taking initiative to make a difference.

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- Struggling to Tame or Train Your Bird ?!

- Do not know where, how or in what way to start ?!

Photo credits: Pets4homes, Locanto, North Yorkshire Parrot Rescue

De ro not worry! I am here to help make a difference, and a BIG ONE!!!

Here is the Secret To Tame ANY Bird. This method has worked in Taming & Training ALL the rescued birds, my personal birds and birds that bird owners have sent to me.

This could and will change the relationship between you and your Bird FOREVER if you follow it with due patience, diligence, commitment and most importantly love ! Show love to your birds in the process and they will reward you unconditionally...in the near future...

To start the process, you need to let your bird settle into its new home. A nervous bird needs time to adjust and needs time to understand its surroundings. He also needs to locate its food and water dishes, reduce his anxiety, and feel secure and confident about his environment. This usually takes around two weeks. To start the process, you need to let your bird settle into its new home. A nervous bird needs time to adjust and needs time to understand its surroundings. He also needs to locate its food and water dishes, reduce his anxiety, and feel secure and confident about his environment. This usually takes around two weeks. A good sign the bird is feeling comfortable in its environment is how it acts. A nervous and unsure bird will sit frozen on its perch. Before the taming process can begin it is important you are able to see the bird feels secure about its environment. This means the bird will not flutter or show signs of intimidation while you are in its room (It will go about its business while you are present).

Placing the bird in a busy room is ideal to start the taming process. Many times budgies are placed into quiet rooms upon their arrival, but if you look at the bigger picture this technique seems to be counterproductive. A budgie that has been separated will have to readjust to humans and this causes excessive stress. A busy room will help speed the taming process and will help the parakeet understand that humans are not predators. In a sense, you are conditioning him for human interaction.

Once the bird has learned to accept your presence and it is active around you, you can start to gently open the cage door and place your hand inside the cage. This needs to be done consistently and regularly throughout the day until the parakeet can handle your hand inside the cage. It can take from 1 week up to two moths depending on the personality of your bird so patience is key! During this processes of taming, avoid eye contact and sudden movements. The bird may flutter around the cage but do not react. This exercise needs to be done until the parakeet shows no fear of your hand. It can take weeks or days. Just be consistent and practice doing this.

Watch this video before we talk about the next step so that you relate to the training! : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xcThrBSQiY

Once the bird can confidently deal the presence of your hand inside its cage,you need now to do the following. Place the food containers outside the bird cage and leave them outside at half a meter away from the cage door and leave the room, allow your bird 2-4 hours before you come back and check, you will know whether your bird went out as you will see the food container half full and some seeds on the floor. The goal here is to make the bird expand its comfort zone from the cage to the whole room!. Repeat this simple yet highly efficient process on a daily process, with increasing the distance of the food containers from the cage every 2 days. Start with 25cm, then half a meter, 1 meter, 1.5 meters, 2 meters, 2.5 meters. Once your bird is comfortabe to go out everyday and eat outside the cage then you can now increase repeat the process but while you are inside the room. See where we are going?, now the comfort zone is not just the cage, not just the cage & the room, but you, the cage & the room!. This allows your bird to overcome its fear and familiarize with the enviroment, once it masters each and every distance i mentioned above, you cn begin with the step-up training, here is a video for the step up training:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y99Ugp09-vY

So, what do you think?, pretty simple once i walked you down the process, eh? Now i have one more last video for you to watch to wrap things up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGMRgvt-Gvc

Also, I recommend you take a look at these two videos which are really going to be a game-changer for your bird

1. How to build a bond with a bird https://youtu.be/1Vo8SumRVaU

2. How to re-build a good impression for a bird : https://youtu.be/8CeBOsMRhFE

Finally, here i the most recent video β€œHow To Tame ANY Bird | Part 2, please watch it in detail as it takes you through a step-by-step, detailed manner on how to Tame and train a bird in the most effective and efficient manner : https://youtu.be/za8moT36TOU

Therefore, those should help enhance the relationship between you and your parrot . I made sure to include Bond-building, Introduction to bird training, Obedience & Compliance training and reduction of seperate in anxiety which will truly help with screaming and bird training !

Keep me posted on how it goes so we move on to the next steps as you progress

Hope this helps

FOR THE BIRDS, FOR THE ANIMALS

😊 ~ PW β€οΈπŸ•ŠπŸŒŽ
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- Struggling to Tame or Train Your Bird ?!

- Do not know where, how or in what way to start ?!

Photo credits: Pets4homes, Locanto, North Yorkshire Parrot Rescue

De ro not worry! I am here to help make a difference, and a BIG ONE!!!

Here is the Secret To Tame ANY Bird. This method has worked in Taming & Training ALL the rescued birds, my personal birds and birds that bird owners have sent to me.

This could and will change the relationship between you and your Bird FOREVER if you follow it with due patience, diligence, commitment and most importantly love ! Show love to your birds in the process and they will reward you unconditionally...in the near future...

To start the process, you need to let your bird settle into its new home. A nervous bird needs time to adjust and needs time to understand its surroundings. He also needs to locate its food and water dishes, reduce his anxiety, and feel secure and confident about his environment. This usually takes around two weeks. To start the process, you need to let your bird settle into its new home. A nervous bird needs time to adjust and needs time to understand its surroundings. He also needs to locate its food and water dishes, reduce his anxiety, and feel secure and confident about his environment. This usually takes around two weeks. A good sign the bird is feeling comfortable in its environment is how it acts. A nervous and unsure bird will sit frozen on its perch. Before the taming process can begin it is important you are able to see the bird feels secure about its environment. This means the bird will not flutter or show signs of intimidation while you are in its room (It will go about its business while you are present).

Placing the bird in a busy room is ideal to start the taming process. Many times budgies are placed into quiet rooms upon their arrival, but if you look at the bigger picture this technique seems to be counterproductive. A budgie that has been separated will have to readjust to humans and this causes excessive stress. A busy room will help speed the taming process and will help the parakeet understand that humans are not predators. In a sense, you are conditioning him for human interaction.

Once the bird has learned to accept your presence and it is active around you, you can start to gently open the cage door and place your hand inside the cage. This needs to be done consistently and regularly throughout the day until the parakeet can handle your hand inside the cage. It can take from 1 week up to two moths depending on the personality of your bird so patience is key! During this processes of taming, avoid eye contact and sudden movements. The bird may flutter around the cage but do not react. This exercise needs to be done until the parakeet shows no fear of your hand. It can take weeks or days. Just be consistent and practice doing this.

Watch this video before we talk about the next step so that you relate to the training! : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xcThrBSQiY

Once the bird can confidently deal the presence of your hand inside its cage,you need now to do the following. Place the food containers outside the bird cage and leave them outside at half a meter away from the cage door and leave the room, allow your bird 2-4 hours before you come back and check, you will know whether your bird went out as you will see the food container half full and some seeds on the floor. The goal here is to make the bird expand its comfort zone from the cage to the whole room!. Repeat this simple yet highly efficient process on a daily process, with increasing the distance of the food containers from the cage every 2 days. Start with 25cm, then half a meter, 1 meter, 1.5 meters, 2 meters, 2.5 meters. Once your bird is comfortabe to go out everyday and eat outside the cage then you can now increase repeat the process but while you are inside the room. See where we are going?, now the comfort zone is not just the cage, not just the cage & the room, but you, the cage & the room!. This allows your bird to overcome its fear and familiarize with the enviroment, once it masters each and every distance i mentioned above, you cn begin with the step-up training, here is a video for the step up training:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y99Ugp09-vY

So, what do you think?, pretty simple once i walked you down the process, eh? Now i have one more last video for you to watch to wrap things up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGMRgvt-Gvc

Also, I recommend you take a look at these two videos which are really going to be a game-changer for your bird

1. How to build a bond with a bird https://youtu.be/1Vo8SumRVaU

2. How to re-build a good impression for a bird : https://youtu.be/8CeBOsMRhFE

Finally, here i the most recent video β€œHow To Tame ANY Bird | Part 2, please watch it in detail as it takes you through a step-by-step, detailed manner on how to Tame and train a bird in the most effective and efficient manner : https://youtu.be/za8moT36TOU

Therefore, those should help enhance the relationship between you and your parrot . I made sure to include Bond-building, Introduction to bird training, Obedience & Compliance training and reduction of seperate in anxiety which will truly help with screaming and bird training !

Keep me posted on how it goes so we move on to the next steps as you progress

Hope this helps

FOR THE BIRDS, FOR THE ANIMALS

😊 ~ PW β€οΈπŸ•ŠπŸŒŽ
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RELEASING...β­οΈπŸ•Š

So, we found out that two are IN LOVE πŸ˜΅πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. We are also suspecting that monkey is a .....
What do you think ? Comment ⬇️ on the YouTube video

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Watch the video: https://youtu.be/g6UXStNSGUw

~ Serving Bird Lovers Globally πŸ•ŠπŸŒ

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RELEASING...β­οΈπŸ•Š

So, we found out that two are IN LOVE πŸ˜΅πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. We are also suspecting that monkey is a .....
What do you think ? Comment ⬇️ on the YouTube video

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Watch the video: https://youtu.be/g6UXStNSGUw

~ Serving Bird Lovers Globally πŸ•ŠπŸŒ

Bird Tameness Team
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NEW VIDEO πŸš¨πŸ•ŠπŸ₯🐣

Photo credits: Wikimedia commons, IndianRingneck.com, Parrot forum

A topic that hundreds of you have been requesting over the years.

How To Teach Your Bird to FLY πŸ•Š to You in 72 hours !!!

πŸ‘‰πŸ»Watch the Video here: https://youtu.be/sgm7ty6PcTA

Our Top Professional Bird Expert, Parrot Whisperer trained the rescued Alexanderine parrot the "Flight-Recall" trick in a matter of 3 days only, and he decided to film the entire process and offer his powerful personal tips and tricks on the two fastest and most effective ways to teach a parrot to fly to your hand on cue.

Parrot Whisperer mentions β€œTeaching a bird to fly to you is a great trick training prop that helps make a bird happier and enhances their quality of life by keeping them physically and mentally stimulated. It’s absolutely crucial to a bird’s well-being that they get the exercise to avoid getting over-weight. Birds in the wild fly around all day. They get a lot of exercise. They have to fly from tree to tree. They have to spend their days foraging for nest sites, for mates, for food. They spend a lot of time flying and birds in captivity don't get that opportunity, so it’s always great to spark up that energy in your bird by teaching them the flight-recall trick. We very highly recommend this trick because of its massive advantages to the bird’s overall health. Besides, Nothing is more beautiful then watching your bird use what he/she is gifted for πŸ’–πŸ•Š. β€œ

πŸ‘‰πŸ»Watch the Video here: https://youtu.be/sgm7ty6PcTA

Be sure to follow those techniques with patience, consistency and dedication for guaranteed success in your bird training.

Got Bird-Related Questions? Comment them on the YouTube Video itself ⬇️,

LIKE πŸ€™ the YouTube video to support our mission,

SHARE πŸ”‚ to help other struggling bird owners to teach their birds this trick !

~ Educating Bird Lovers Globally πŸŒŽπŸ•Š β™₯️

Bird Tameness Team
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I sometimes don’t understand humans. How pathetic !!! Watch the latest rescue video here πŸ‘‰πŸ» https://youtu.be/upBV-zOpkMo

Like the YouTube video πŸ‘πŸ» to support our mission.

Share πŸ”„ to help us speak louder for the Animals πŸΆπŸ±πŸ­πŸΉπŸ°πŸ¦ŠπŸ»πŸΌπŸ¨πŸ―πŸ”πŸ§πŸ¦πŸ€πŸ£πŸ₯πŸ¦†πŸ¦…πŸ¦‰ πŸ’–

~ PW
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WHY...πŸ˜“

I sometimes don’t understand humans. How pathetic !!! Watch the latest rescue video here πŸ‘‰πŸ» https://youtu.be/upBV-zOpkMo

Like the YouTube video πŸ‘πŸ» to support our mission.

Share πŸ”„ to help us speak louder for the Animals πŸΆπŸ±πŸ­πŸΉπŸ°πŸ¦ŠπŸ»πŸΌπŸ¨πŸ―πŸ”πŸ§πŸ¦πŸ€πŸ£πŸ₯πŸ¦†πŸ¦…πŸ¦‰ πŸ’–

~ PW
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NEW πŸ₯⭐️

This one is a topic that so many of you bird lovers have been asking about over the years ! I’m so excited πŸ˜„πŸ’–πŸ₯

Struggling to Tame a Wild, Angry is an aggressive bird or struggling with a bird that’s basically a combination of all !??

I have dealt with so many wild birds including rosellas, cockatiels, Amazons, conures, caiques, cockatoos and African greys. Taming them is certainly a challenge and I understand it isn’t easy at all. I’ve had wild birds suddenly jump on my shoulder and chew my Skin off until there is a puddle of blood all over my shirt ! From such experiences, I have found a list of 15 really Powerful Pointers that helped me tame aggressive and wild birds. I STRONGLY recommend you to watch this video if you are truly struggling with a wild bird.

⭐️ Watch it Here: https://youtu.be/SYDD1NeDwyU

LIKE πŸ‘πŸ» this video so that i know you want more bird training videos,

Subscribe ⏯ to our channel to get access to over 270 FREE Bird Training videos, Secret Bird Training Tips & Techniques from Parrot Whisperer, Informative videos about your bird's Health & Well-being, and so much more...

SHARE πŸ”‚ this video to give a helping hand to bird owners who are struggling with their aggressive birds,

Peace & Love ✌🏻 πŸ₯πŸ’–

~ PW
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NEW πŸ₯⭐️

This one is a topic that so many of you bird lovers have been asking about over the years ! I’m so excited πŸ˜„πŸ’–πŸ₯

Struggling to Tame a Wild, Angry is an aggressive bird or struggling with a bird that’s basically a combination of all !??

I have dealt with so many wild birds including rosellas, cockatiels, Amazons, conures, caiques, cockatoos and African greys. Taming them is certainly a challenge and I understand it isn’t easy at all. I’ve had wild birds suddenly jump on my shoulder and chew my Skin off until there is a puddle of blood all over my shirt ! From such experiences, I have found a list of 15 really Powerful Pointers that helped me tame aggressive and wild birds. I STRONGLY recommend you to watch this video if you are truly struggling with a wild bird.

⭐️ Watch it Here: https://youtu.be/SYDD1NeDwyU

LIKE πŸ‘πŸ» this video so that i know you want more bird training videos,

Subscribe ⏯ to our channel to get access to over 270 FREE Bird Training videos, Secret Bird Training Tips & Techniques from Parrot Whisperer, Informative videos about your bird's Health & Well-being, and so much more...

SHARE πŸ”‚ this video to give a helping hand to bird owners who are struggling with their aggressive birds,

Peace & Love ✌🏻 πŸ₯πŸ’–

~ PW
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RELEASING...

The birdies 🐦 get LOTS of cuddles πŸ€—πŸ’– and I get to start Bonding with the Amazon Parrot that was rescued from the cooking section of a restaurant I was dining at. They receive a BIG VEGGIE BBQ TREAT 🎁 right after because they were so good !

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/6g9CrCEhhw8

Let me know what ya guys think by commenting on the YouTube video ‡️

Let me know if you want more videos of my playing with my Parrots by LIKING it πŸ‘πŸ»

MERRY CHRISTMAS πŸŽ„πŸŽ…
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