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Other Bird Behavior Issues

Aggressive Parrot Play
Observe a parrot's body language during interaction to deter aggressive bird play.

Handle A Bird’s Aggressive Behavior To Phones
Some parrots show a negative and aggressive behavior toward phones in the home

Paco, The Untouchable Parrot
Follow these tips to work with a pet bird that doesn't like to be petted or handled.

Bird Behavior Issues - When Good Parrots Go Bad
Parrots natural instincts are not bad behaviors; read bird body language to avoid problems

Bird Behavior Issues - Tame A Cat-Attacking Bird
If your parrot attacks your cat, here are some tips to help

Do’s and Don’ts To Petting Your Bird
Follow these tips the next time you pet a bird

Build Your Pet Bird’s Trust Again
What to do when a big life change affects your normally affection pet bird.

Parrot Reflection Obsession
Many parrots enjoy their reflection, and this behavior is usually harmless — unless it turns into a reflection obsession

Peaceful Solutions To Negative Bird Behavior
Before you travel, take time to prepare your bird for your absence.

Show Respect For Your Parrot
Respect goes a long way when training your parrot

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