Discussion in 'The Training Court' started by ncGreyBirdLady, 11/21/09.
Winged Wisdom Pet Bird Magazine - Understanding Your Pet Bird's Body Language. Birds Birds Birds
Great article Bonnie.
Thank you for that Bonnie, it reminds me of a lot of what jay our blue fronted Amazon does. It is getting a lot less frequent now as he settles in and begins to trust me more. Thank goodness!
great article thanks for sharing
Awesome Bonnie! Thanks for sharing!!
Thanks for posting... I have soo much to learn..
I missed one of my birdies language!!!! Tail-fanning!!
Same here! I have seen Danu show some of these and misinterpreted
Awesome! Thanks for helping clear those up
another great article , Thank-you
How do you find out all the body language of individual b reeds?
Here is some more info
Bird Body Language: How to Understand What Your Parrot or Your Other Bird is Trying to Say
Three Articles on Parrot Body Language
Communicate with your Bird
How to Understand Your Bird's Body Language: 11 Steps
Most all birds will exhibit similar body language,use this information as a guide to understanding Your own bird-not as a written in stone fact!
ooh thanks so much...how do i save this to read later?
You can always copy and paste into a document to save if the websites were ever to be brought down (that's what I do for future reference), but you can also bookmark it on your internet browser.
At the top of the thread, to the right, there is a button that says "watch thread". If you click it, the thread will be added to your watch list so that you can easily find it later.
Finally something that goes way beyond the simple meanings of pinning eyes or beak grinding.
Body language.. My canary wing name kiwi and I are on the right path. Thank you!
I especially liked the parts where it described how you should act. Many of those behaviors we learned just from interacting with Sunflower.
There was also a section on stretching that said "Birds will stretch one foot and the opposite wing at the same time." Sunflower stretches the same side foot and wing at the same time and then face plants and rolls.
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