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BirdTricks Tuesdays: How to Properly Socialize Your Parrot to Other Parrots, Other Pets & People


STOP! In the name of love… just kidding. What a great screen capture for our video (laugh).

Here is our very FIRST BirdTricks Tuesday video for you! We are so excited. PLEASE, give us feedback on what you like, didn’t like, want more of, want less of and of course… keep sending in your questions to us via facebook and email (info@birdtricks.com).

Our goal with these Tuesday videos is not only to answer your questions but also to help you learn something, inspire you to try something new and positive with your parrot at home and ...

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BirdTricks Tuesdays: How to Properly Socialize Your Parrot to Other Parrots, Other Pets & People

STOP! In the name of love… just kidding. What a great screen capture for our video (laugh).

Here is our very FIRST BirdTricks Tuesday video for you! We are so excited. PLEASE, give us feedback on what you like, didn’t like, want more of, want less of and of course… keep sending in your questions to us via facebook and email (info@birdtricks.com).

Our goal with these Tuesday videos is not only to answer your questions but also to help you learn something, inspire you to try something new and positive with your parrot at home and to make you feel like you get to know us a little bit better every time, too. We love sharing our lives with you guys so any and all feedback as we try this new series is appreciated. It’s something that will continue to evolve as we go.

Jamieleigh Womach has been working with parrots and toucans since the age of 17. She isn’t homeless but is home less than she prefers to be. She travels the world with her husband, daughter, and a flockful of parrots with whom she shares the stage.

44 comments


  • How can I stop my parrot from screaming your in the same room with him. My husband want take him to another home because just screams for no reason. We cover him with a cover and he still screams. Want is another way we can stop it. He is a blue and gold parrot. Thanks PLEASE HELP ME.

    Donna on

  • I feel better knowing that there are ways to over come social issues between birds as well as people and other pets. My wife and i have several birds that are real attention hounds but don’t like to be out together which can make it tough to quality time with everybody. We will now try your suggestions with getting them more comfortable with each other when out of cage. Of course we will try with only two at a time but this video gives us hope we may be able to give them more quality, quality time together. Thank you.

    Jerry and Amanda Weiss on

  • Loved the video and no not too long at all. With spring busting out all over can you talk about the dreaded hormonal male and how to read him. Seems like the only time my Umbrella Cockatoo bites me is in the spring.

    And again I can’t tell you how much I loved the video. Can’t wait for the next one!

    Kat Harrison on

  • Love watching your videos! I have a pretty well socialized IRN but the biggest take away for me was probably the part on animals that are both a bit scared or wary of each other and how important that power pause really is. I’m generally not a very patient person and haven’t been using power pause for a long time as she is so well behaved. But my partner is being gifted next AU season, a lutino IRN from my friends first ever clutch and my girl seems to be jealous of and hate any new animal that takes attention away from her. Takes her a month or so every time I am baby sitting other people pets to stop being mean to me and them and watching them like a hawk. After learning vicariously through your experiences, I know this is going to be my most powerful tool for our future situation and I can thank you guys enough for sharing your different experienced and wisdom with us. <3

    Erin Burns on

  • It was really helpful to stop when the birds are relaxed and end on a positive note. There is always the temptation to try it one more time and then disaster can happen!

    Shari H on

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