A veterinarian once said to me there are two times in birds life when it looks like it is dying. When it is dying and when it is laying an egg. It is no wonder I sometimes get emails from panicked parrot owners when they see their feathered friends “give birth” to an object that seems to be as big as their bird.
Read Part 2 of Dorothy Schwarz's article on Parrot Intelligence; where she looks at the use of tools and how Parrots adapt. Plus real life stories from Parrot owners who believe their birds have shown true intelligence.
We’re convinced that our birds are intelligent. By intelligent we mean the ability to learn facts and skills and apply them, especially when this ability is highly developed. Here’s a look at Parrots’ intelligence from my personal experience, and also from some recent research on intelligence in wild and captive Parrots.
Hosted by Hadlow College. This one day seminar will cover the basics of training, how to read parrot body language, how to create motivation for training, reinforcers and motivation, solving parrot behaviors problems and more.