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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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I WASN'T EXPECTING THIS...

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THIS MAKES ME SO ANGRY...

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I CANNOT TOLERATE THIS BIRD NOMORE...

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Meet Molly and Flash !!!

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Having a set bird training place, time, day and most essentially a set bird training stand where all trick-training is performed is absolutely crucial.

Photo credits: 123RF Stock Photos, Bicologie

To have a well-behaved parrot that obeys commands and cues, you must perform all training on a Bird Training Stand that will permit your bird to be dependent on you to perform tricks and be rewarded: The "Law of association." With a Bird Training Stand, you can teach a bird to perform various tricks su ch as "Step-Up," "Step-Down," "Shake-head," Target," "Wave," "Turn-around," "Flight-Recall" and so much more.

For those who are on a budget and looking towards possibly building a Bird Stand, we recently released a video on How to Build a DIY Professional Bird Stand that is bird-safe, non-toxic and super fun for the birds.

πŸ¦… How to Build a Professional Bird Stand : https://youtu.be/8XaShXn2rpY

πŸ¦… For those on a super tight budget, we released a video on How to Build a Simple DIY Bird Stand under 3$: https://youtu.be/PEwVliukIqI

πŸ¦… For those who prefer to purchase a Professional, ready-made Bird Stand that is affordable and made with high quality, visit BT’s Pet Supplies Shop. They just added a bunch of new bird training stands including U-stands and T-stands. They ship for FREE Globally 🌍: https://birdtamenessshop.com

I really hope this helps make sure that all of you, loving bird owners have a Bird Stand to ensure your bird training goes smoothly and as planned !

~ Peace & Love ~

PW
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Having a set bird training place, time, day and most essentially a set bird training stand where all trick-training is performed is absolutely crucial.

Photo credits: 123RF Stock Photos, Bicologie

To have a well-behaved parrot that obeys commands and cues, you must perform all training on a Bird Training Stand that will permit your bird to be dependent on you to perform tricks and be rewarded: The "Law of association." With a Bird Training Stand, you can teach a bird to perform various tricks su ch as "Step-Up," "Step-Down," "Shake-head," Target," "Wave," "Turn-around," "Flight-Recall" and so much more.

For those who are on a budget and looking towards possibly building a Bird Stand, we recently released a video on How to Build a DIY Professional Bird Stand that is bird-safe, non-toxic and super fun for the birds.

πŸ¦… How to Build a Professional Bird Stand : https://youtu.be/8XaShXn2rpY

πŸ¦… For those on a super tight budget, we released a video on How to Build a Simple DIY Bird Stand under 3$: https://youtu.be/PEwVliukIqI

πŸ¦… For those who prefer to purchase a Professional, ready-made Bird Stand that is affordable and made with high quality, visit BT’s Pet Supplies Shop. They just added a bunch of new bird training stands including U-stands and T-stands. They ship for FREE Globally 🌍: https://birdtamenessshop.com

I really hope this helps make sure that all of you, loving bird owners have a Bird Stand to ensure your bird training goes smoothly and as planned !

~ Peace & Love ~

PW
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12/3/17
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LIVE with Parrot Whisperer at 7:30:00PM, Ontario Time

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Secret To Tame ANY bird Quickly | Part 2

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RELEASING...πŸ€πŸ•Š

🌈 How to Build a Parrot Training Stand

A few months ago, we released a video on "How to Build a DIY Bird Stand" under $3 !!! Many bird owners found the video super informative and helpful; therefore, we decided to release a new video on how to build a far more professional parrot training stand that can accommodate macaws, cockatoos, african greys, amazons, pionus parrots, galahs, ringneck parrots, cockatiels, rosellas, red-rump parrots, parrotlets, lovebirds, budgies and similar other bird species ! We hope this video was super duper helpful and that it made things much easier for you whilst building your Bird/Parrot Training Stand.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Watch it here: https://youtu.be/8XaShXn2rpY

Safe wood

ACACIA - Silk Tree would be in this group
APPLE -
(Insecticide residue likely cause
for periodic issues)
AILANTHUS - Tree of Heaven
ALDER - white alder -
(See paragraph about
Alder / Buckthorn)
ALMOND
ARALIA - Fatsia japonica
ASH - Fraxinus
ASPEN - Populus
BAMBOO
BARBERRY- Berberis
BIRCH - see paragraph
BEECH - Fagus
BOIS D'ARC - horse apple tree
BOTTLE BRUSH
BUTTERFLY BUSH
CAMELLIA
CITRUS -
(lime, kumquat, grapefruit, orange, lemon)
CORK -
(not wood from cork oak, but cork)
CORN PLANTS
COTTONWOOD - Populus
CRABAPPLE - Malus
CRAPE MYRTLE -
(not the same as myrtle)
DATE
ELM - Ulmus
ESCALLONIA
EUCALYPTUS
HAWTHORN - Crataegus
HIBISCUS
HICKORY
IRONWOOD - apparently toxic leaves
JADE PLANT
KALANCHOE
LARCH - Larix
LILAC - Syringa
MADRONA / MADRONE - Arbutus
MAGNOLIA
MAPLE - Acer - see Maple Paragraph
MANZANITA - Arctostaphylos
MESQUITE - remove sharp parts
MIMOSA
MOUNTAIN ASH - Sorbus
MULBERRY - Morus - see Mulberry note
NANDINA -common name is heavenly bamboo
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE - Araucaria
NUT TREES - exclude chestnut
ORANGE - several sources lean toward safe
OREGON GRAPE - Mahonia
PALM
PAPAYA
PEAR
PECAN
PINE - Pinus: see Pine paragraph below
PHOTINIA see Photinia paragraph below
POPLAR - Populus
PUSSY WILLOW - Salix
RAPHIOLEPSIS - Indian Hawthorn
RIBBONWOOD
ROSE - Rosa
RUBBER PLANT - Ficus elastica - Weeping Fig in bad column
RUSSIAN OLIVE
SASSAFRAS
SILK TREE
SPIRAEA
SPRUCE - Picea
STAGHORN SUMAC - see Sumac paragraph
STRAWBERRY TREE - Arbutus like Madrone
SWEET GUM
SYCAMORE
THURLOW
TREE FERN
VIBURNUM
VINE MAPLE - Acer
WEEPING WILLOW - Salix - see Willow paragraph
WIEGELA
YUCCA

Bad wood

ALDER - red alder -see Alder Buckthorn paragraph
ANDROMEDA -Pieris, Lily of the Valley shrub
APRICOT
ARROWHEAD VINE
AUSTRALIAN FLAME TREE
AUSTRALIAN UMBRELLA TREE
AVACADO
AZALEA - Related to Rhododendron
BANEBERRY - Actaea
BEANS -castor, horse, fava, broad, glory, scarlet runner
BLACK LOCUST - Robinia
BOX ELDER
BOXWOOD - Buxus
BUCKTHORN - Cascara / Alder Buckthorn - see chapter
BRACKEN FERN
BURDOCK
CHINESE SNAKE TREE - Laquer plant
COMMON SAGE
CORIANDER - Cilantro
DATURA
DAPHNE - it's the berries
DATURA STRAMONIUM - Brugmansia - angel's trumpet
DIEFFENBACHIA
ELDERBERRY
EUONYMUS - Includes burning bush and more
EUPHORBIA
FELT PLANT - Kalancho baharensis
FLAME TREE
FIRETHORN - Pyracantha
FLAME TREE - Brachychiton / Sterculia
FOXGLOVE - Digitalis (pharmaceutical source)
GOLDEN CHAIN TREE - Laburnum
GROUND CHERRY
CROWN OF THORNS
HEATHS
HEMLOCK - Tsuga
HOLLY - Ilex
HONEY LOCUST - Gleditsia
HORSE CHESTNUT - Aesculus
HUCKLEBERRY - leaves bad: evergreen & deciduous
HYDRANGEA
JASMINE
JUNIPER - Juniperus
KALMIA: also called Mountain Laurel
KENTUCKY COFFEE TREE
LANTANA - red sage
LAUREL - Prunus
LEUCOTHOE
LUPINE
MANGO - (fruit okay: not wood or leaves)
MEXICAN BREADFRUIT
MOCK ORANGE - Philadelphus
MONSTERA - big hunker of a house plant
MOUNTAIN LAUREL - Kalmia latifolia
MYRTLE - broadleaf evergreen, not crape myrtle
NECTARINE
NUTMEG
OAK - Quercus - all parts / tannins
MISTLETOE
OLEANDER
PEACH
PEAR - some sources lean toward safe
PENCILTREE
PITCH PINE
PLUM
PRARIE OAK - safety uncertain
PRIVET
RAIN TREE
RED MAPLE - see Maple paragraph
RED SAGE - Lantana
REDWOOD - Sequiadendron, Metasequoia, Sequoia
RHODODENDRON
RHUBARB
SAND BOX TREE - sap was used to poison fish
SKIMMIA - entire plant: stem, berry, leaves
SOLANUM - Jerusalem cherry or pepino
SOPHORA - includes Japanese pagoda tree
SUMAC - not all sumacs are bad: see paragraphs
TOBACCO
TANSY
TOMATO
UMBRELLA TREE
WALNUT
WEEPING FIG - Ficus benjamina Ficus elastica safe
WHITE CEDAR - China
WITCH HAZEL - Hamamelis
WISTERIA
YEW - Taxus

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Watch it here: https://youtu.be/8XaShXn2rpY

~ FOR THE BIRDS, FOR THE ANIMALS ~

Bird Tameness Team

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RELEASING...πŸ€πŸ•Š

🌈 How to Build a Parrot Training Stand

A few months ago, we released a video on "How to Build a DIY Bird Stand" under $3 !!! Many bird owners found the video super informative and helpful; therefore, we decided to release a new video on how to build a far more professional parrot training stand that can accommodate macaws, cockatoos, african greys, amazons, pionus parrots, galahs, ringneck parrots, cockatiels, rosellas, red-rump parrots, parrotlets, lovebirds, budgies and similar other bird species ! We hope this video was super duper helpful and that it made things much easier for you whilst building your Bird/Parrot Training Stand.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Watch it here: https://youtu.be/8XaShXn2rpY

Safe wood

ACACIA - Silk Tree would be in this group
APPLE -
(Insecticide residue likely cause
for periodic issues)
AILANTHUS - Tree of Heaven
ALDER - white alder -
(See paragraph about
Alder / Buckthorn)
ALMOND
ARALIA - Fatsia japonica
ASH - Fraxinus
ASPEN - Populus
BAMBOO
BARBERRY- Berberis
BIRCH - see paragraph
BEECH - Fagus
BOIS D'ARC - horse apple tree
BOTTLE BRUSH
BUTTERFLY BUSH
CAMELLIA
CITRUS -
(lime, kumquat, grapefruit, orange, lemon)
CORK -
(not wood from cork oak, but cork)
CORN PLANTS
COTTONWOOD - Populus
CRABAPPLE - Malus
CRAPE MYRTLE -
(not the same as myrtle)
DATE
ELM - Ulmus
ESCALLONIA
EUCALYPTUS
HAWTHORN - Crataegus
HIBISCUS
HICKORY
IRONWOOD - apparently toxic leaves
JADE PLANT
KALANCHOE
LARCH - Larix
LILAC - Syringa
MADRONA / MADRONE - Arbutus
MAGNOLIA
MAPLE - Acer - see Maple Paragraph
MANZANITA - Arctostaphylos
MESQUITE - remove sharp parts
MIMOSA
MOUNTAIN ASH - Sorbus
MULBERRY - Morus - see Mulberry note
NANDINA -common name is heavenly bamboo
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE - Araucaria
NUT TREES - exclude chestnut
ORANGE - several sources lean toward safe
OREGON GRAPE - Mahonia
PALM
PAPAYA
PEAR
PECAN
PINE - Pinus: see Pine paragraph below
PHOTINIA see Photinia paragraph below
POPLAR - Populus
PUSSY WILLOW - Salix
RAPHIOLEPSIS - Indian Hawthorn
RIBBONWOOD
ROSE - Rosa
RUBBER PLANT - Ficus elastica - Weeping Fig in bad column
RUSSIAN OLIVE
SASSAFRAS
SILK TREE
SPIRAEA
SPRUCE - Picea
STAGHORN SUMAC - see Sumac paragraph
STRAWBERRY TREE - Arbutus like Madrone
SWEET GUM
SYCAMORE
THURLOW
TREE FERN
VIBURNUM
VINE MAPLE - Acer
WEEPING WILLOW - Salix - see Willow paragraph
WIEGELA
YUCCA

Bad wood

ALDER - red alder -see Alder Buckthorn paragraph
ANDROMEDA -Pieris, Lily of the Valley shrub
APRICOT
ARROWHEAD VINE
AUSTRALIAN FLAME TREE
AUSTRALIAN UMBRELLA TREE
AVACADO
AZALEA - Related to Rhododendron
BANEBERRY - Actaea
BEANS -castor, horse, fava, broad, glory, scarlet runner
BLACK LOCUST - Robinia
BOX ELDER
BOXWOOD - Buxus
BUCKTHORN - Cascara / Alder Buckthorn - see chapter
BRACKEN FERN
BURDOCK
CHINESE SNAKE TREE - Laquer plant
COMMON SAGE
CORIANDER - Cilantro
DATURA
DAPHNE - it's the berries
DATURA STRAMONIUM - Brugmansia - angel's trumpet
DIEFFENBACHIA
ELDERBERRY
EUONYMUS - Includes burning bush and more
EUPHORBIA
FELT PLANT - Kalancho baharensis
FLAME TREE
FIRETHORN - Pyracantha
FLAME TREE - Brachychiton / Sterculia
FOXGLOVE - Digitalis (pharmaceutical source)
GOLDEN CHAIN TREE - Laburnum
GROUND CHERRY
CROWN OF THORNS
HEATHS
HEMLOCK - Tsuga
HOLLY - Ilex
HONEY LOCUST - Gleditsia
HORSE CHESTNUT - Aesculus
HUCKLEBERRY - leaves bad: evergreen & deciduous
HYDRANGEA
JASMINE
JUNIPER - Juniperus
KALMIA: also called Mountain Laurel
KENTUCKY COFFEE TREE
LANTANA - red sage
LAUREL - Prunus
LEUCOTHOE
LUPINE
MANGO - (fruit okay: not wood or leaves)
MEXICAN BREADFRUIT
MOCK ORANGE - Philadelphus
MONSTERA - big hunker of a house plant
MOUNTAIN LAUREL - Kalmia latifolia
MYRTLE - broadleaf evergreen, not crape myrtle
NECTARINE
NUTMEG
OAK - Quercus - all parts / tannins
MISTLETOE
OLEANDER
PEACH
PEAR - some sources lean toward safe
PENCILTREE
PITCH PINE
PLUM
PRARIE OAK - safety uncertain
PRIVET
RAIN TREE
RED MAPLE - see Maple paragraph
RED SAGE - Lantana
REDWOOD - Sequiadendron, Metasequoia, Sequoia
RHODODENDRON
RHUBARB
SAND BOX TREE - sap was used to poison fish
SKIMMIA - entire plant: stem, berry, leaves
SOLANUM - Jerusalem cherry or pepino
SOPHORA - includes Japanese pagoda tree
SUMAC - not all sumacs are bad: see paragraphs
TOBACCO
TANSY
TOMATO
UMBRELLA TREE
WALNUT
WEEPING FIG - Ficus benjamina Ficus elastica safe
WHITE CEDAR - China
WITCH HAZEL - Hamamelis
WISTERIA
YEW - Taxus

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Watch it here: https://youtu.be/8XaShXn2rpY

~ FOR THE BIRDS, FOR THE ANIMALS ~

Bird Tameness Team
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