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VIDEO: The Turn Around

Your bird will turn heads with the Turn Around.

By Tani Robar

The Turn Around trick uses your bird’s natural behavior to change directions as it looks at you. Once your bird has mastered the Turn Around, you can teach it more variations of the trick and include props.

To learn how to teach your bird this and other tricks, visit Tani Robar’s website at

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Excellent ideas
Dee, Sandy Valley, NV
Posted: 11/9/2010 11:49:16 PM
Excellent! I had no idea how to get started teaching my bird tricks. This was a great help!
Jewnifer, Haverhill, MA
Posted: 8/28/2007 6:37:35 PM
This is a great video, even though my cockatoo's wings have been clipped I have trouble keeping her still long enough to train her that way. She is so interested in everything around her. Maybe she is still too young? 4 months old. I won't give up!!
Lettie, Memphis, TN
Posted: 4/11/2007 4:52:01 PM
We're working on this one. So far, my bird turns half way around. It's nice to see what it should look like. Please keep posting videos. They are very helpful!
Amiee Johnson, Castro Valley, CA
Posted: 2/27/2007 7:03:35 PM
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