BirdTricks Blog | Parrot Training — appetite
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Here it comes! It’s only January!! Normally, I wouldn’t see some of the behaviors I have been noticing until well into February. Perhaps it is because of our change in location, but all the signs promising a very hormonal season are in place with my birds.
I took Theo, my goffins cockatoo, in to watch a movie with me the other day. Normally, she would be preening herself, preening my hair, untying my shoes and hopping up and down the length of my body while I try to ...
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