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So, you've got one of the smartest pets in the world, but somehow, you and your pet are not communicating. You don't know "Parrotese" and your bird doesn't speak your language. But, your pet is a flock animal and it absolutely needs to communicate with you for mental health sake. A lonely, unheard parrot gets grumpy and develops bad habits like feather picking, biting and screaming.
Your bird is communicating with you, but you have to learn how to read parrot body language.
Once you know what your parrot is trying to tell you with parrot body language, you're bond will deepen. Prevent parrot behavior problems by learning to read parrot body language. You'll learn to see when your parrot is telling you that it is mad, happy, scared and more.
So, why not take a chance and learn to read Parrot Body Language.
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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.