A hormonal parrot can be difficult to be around. While all adult parrots go through a seasonal cycle once or twice a year, it is very easy to induce chronic hormonal behavior in a pet bird. Learn the conditions that induce hormonal behavior in parrots and learn effective strategies that put an end to your parrot behavior problems.
When people are faced with hormonal behavior in parrots such as: feather plucking, aggression, territorial behavior, screaming, biting and even destruction of property, they feel overwhelmed and often frustrated because they don’t fully understand "why" their once sweet parrot is behaving in this manner. The huge mistake is to pour on more love.
Regrettably, for the unaware, improper parrot care can induce aggressive, nervous and nesting behavior in our birds. The key is to learn proper parrot husbandry techniques. that don't induce year round hormonal behavior in adolescent and adult parrots. As you read through this ebook, I’ll explain to you what these particular hormonal behaviors in parrots mean and what you can do to help stop your bird from doing being so annoying.
Discover important strategies to put an end to year round parrot hormonal behavior and learn actionable steps to get your sweet baby back!
22 pp. with easy to understand infographic and reproducible support planning chart.
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Diane Burroughs, LCSW is the owner and founder of BirdSupplies.com and UnRuffledRx Bird Collars. She has been a parrot advocate for 20 years. When her own parrot started plucking, she hatched upon the idea to learn everything that she could about parrot feather plucking. She also began developing a line of parrot plucking collars to protect parrots from self harm.
Diane started offering help on blog posts and in eBooks for purchase on BirdSupplies.com. She also developed a Facebook group called UnRuffledRx Parrot Feather Plucking Help. Using her Clinical Social Work background, her work focuses on teaching a variety of evidence based strategies to help curb parrot feather plucking, including using behavior modification.
Learn more about how Diane’s parrot behavior articles can help your pet by visiting her blog at BirdSupplies.com.