Screaming bird's problem
|Screaming bird's problem|
How can I stop my bird from screaming so much?
Many people write me and ask if I can guide them with my own bird troubles? Some birds seem to constantly shout or when they scream, it's done for a few minutes at a time. It does not seem to me to be the reason for this, but there is really some reason or the bird will not scream.
There are many reasons for the bird's problems that cover everything. I thought it would be better to highlight some of the things that I learned, and then just put some ideas that might stop some of the flamboyant behaviors.
If you are reading this article in hopes of finding a solution to stop all bird birds, you will find it here or anywhere. Most birds scream, they scream, and if they are always healthy, they always scream.
Is the bird angry?
The most common time for a bird to cry early is the time when the sun starts to climb and begins to set sun at night. It seems that you just have to decorate the birds to welcome the sun and then have it good night.
In fact, we are herdsmen, and we want to make sure that all herds are woken up there, and then they say that it's time to eat the night meal and find it again for the night.
Instead of discomfort with your bird's natural instinct, plan it and even encourage it. Maybe even join them and become part of the flock. (It can really be very fun!) You will find out when they will join you.
What about other bird crying?
For all other times, the bird's cry, you have to hat your research hat and bring out your pen and pen. Begin to pay close attention to what's happening before, during and after your bird's voice.
If you really try to solve the bird's problem that threatens your relationship with your bird, you may even want to completely use it for this purpose.
You should go about your normal routine and do not pay more attention to the bird to get to the root of the problem. You may have to do some days in some cases.
The bird shouts
Have a letter ready to write. Place the time of the day in the margin of inclination and place three lines in the middle of the page. At the top of each column write "Before", "During" and "Next" so that you can continue with the bird's cry.
Then, when the bird starts screaming, note what happened before the start of the bird's cry. For example, "I'm in a computer, a husband in the kitchen, and kids outside the yard for parrot's sake."
During the cry, do and / or say what you usually do in the bird's scream events at your home. Write exactly as everyone does during any glamorous session. When the bird cry ends, write down what everyone is doing or when the bird cries out. Do not leave anything, every detail is important.
Continuing this work every time there is a screaming session for the whole day, if you decide to do it in one whole day or a few days when you are around the bird.
What to do with your bird cry magazine?
Now that all these notes are on the screaming bird meetings, what do you do with you? You will sometimes be amazed by the patterns you find. Because no two families are alike, I can not help you specifically with your bird here, but I can help you see your situation.
Read the first column and write down any compatibility. It's like finding that many times the bird began screaming someone in the kitchen, or someone had a phone number. Do the same with other columns. Then think about what you or others might do differently to prevent jumping from birds.
How did we stop our glamorous sessions?
I was saddened by a couple of Green Tikgled Conures who met bird screaming several times a day. One day we finally decided to make us crazy enough to take time to understand what we were doing.
At first, just be careful not to scream. When we started the screaming session, we can pretend we did not see or hear them. It works in a few cases, but you usually need to know what your bird really wants and does not avoid this issue instead of ignoring it.
After focusing on what we did, where everyone was at home, and where the birds referred about our locations, we quickly discovered this problem from the point of view of our birds.
Most of the cases our bosses screamed about were someone in the kitchen or someone disappeared from the site. Most of the time, one of us was in the kitchen where the bird began to scream.
We solved 80% of our deceptive problem by taking birds into the kitchen dining table, when one of us was in the kitchen for more than a few minutes. We did not scream when we did it. When we forget, they scream all the time.
Our birds thought that part of the flock fed something and left it. By placing them in the dining room and giving some healthy behaviors, they felt they were eating alongside the other flock members.
When we forgot and the bird's deception was about to happen, we took everyone in the kitchen to come to the kitchen without letting the birds out, without having to scream until the birds screamed. Then we move them to the game and the person can go back to the kitchen.
We did it in this direction so that the birds did not reward for their bird cry. We do not want them to think that they can scream and prepare us to come and get them. With expectation, they did not receive any rewards until they were calm and come.
How to use the magazine to scream your bird to help you
When you find some patterns and may be much more than one thing that eliminates your bird, you will want to find a solution to the boredom screaming conditions.
Think of ways to prevent a situation that makes bird screaming. For example, take a cage to where everyone is, take a few hours per bird, do nutritious activities, bring short bird training sessions to help the bird reward you. Kicker training is sometimes a good help.
Strengthen all good behaviors. Pay attention to the bird while calming it, playing with toys, eating its health behaviors and behaviors that you want to keep up to.
Consider some bird training techniques. Kiker's training has helped many people stop the cry of a bird's eye. Even gradually the bird rises upwards or the wave can help. Over time, with your bird, you practice the bird every day and then with some healthy behaviors in your bowl, you often satisfy the bird for a long time.
I can write much more about this topic, but if I do this, this article could be a bird's eye shout, rather than a bird scream article.
Here is a short list of some of the things I've found because of bird screaming:
o Hormone burden
o Allergy to peanuts
o Allergy to artificial vitamins
o Allergy to chemicals and coloring food in foods
o Other food allergies
o Lack of attention
o Out of activity "flock"
o Need to go to bed
o You want more food or water
o You want to buy a bath to forget about water or get out of the rain
o Fatigue, need for new toys, training, or nutritional activities
o Perceived risk for themselves or "flock"
o Peace and Peace
o Love someone who has punished them
o The members of "Flock" leave the room or home
o Members of "Flock" are not back and join
o The herd does not eat or eat without them
o Changing the diet, the tendency to eat what is used to eat
And this list continues!
Some Ideas To Avoid Bird Cry
Kicker training for birds can eliminate bird's problems and replace the positive behavior that you want to encourage.
Getting the full range beam for your birds can be a real difference in the attitude and health of your birds. I explain the importance of full spectrum lighting on the World Parrot and Conure site.
Plastic pellets and mixtures containing peanuts, artificial vitamins and free additives. Many birds have stopped provoking bird-bird behavior by just removing one or more of these items from their diet.
Tracie has an information parrot website and Discount Parrot Supply store that carries the above and many more to enrich the lives of its birds. He has discounted quality cages, toys, stadiums and stadiums, Get A Grips, toxins, non-poison cleaners that are safe for the whole house, and many more.
Terrace encourages owners of parrots to send photos and pass stories about how to live their parrot species for others to read, so they can make educational decisions about what the bird is best for them. Parrot comparison chart is a great resource for people looking for a new bird for their families.