Courtesy Mike Allison, Pennsylvania
Check your answers and write down the amount of points you recieved for each question.
Question 1. a-0 b-2 c-1
Question 2. a-1 b-0 c-2
Question 3. a-2 b-0 c-1
Question 4. a-0 b-1 c-2
Question 5. a-1 b-0 c-2
Question 6. a-1 b-0 c-2
Question 7. a-2 b-1 c-0
Question 8. a-0 b-1 c-2
Question 9. a-0 b-1 c-2
Question 10. a-0 b-1 c-2
Question 11. a-0 b-2 c-1
Question 12. a-2 b-1 c-0
Question 13. a-1 b-0 c-2
Question 14. 1 point for each correct answer
Question 15. a-0 b-1 c-2
Question 16. 1 point for each correct answer (Possible answers here.)
Question 17. a-2 b-0 c-1
Question 18. a-1 b-2 c-0
Add Up The Points
Find out what type of bird owner you are. Add up your points and find the category range below that they fall in.
40 to 27 points - Just One of the Flock
You’re so focused on pleasing your flock that you sometimes forget who’s in charge.
Whenever your birds screech or scream, you run over to see what they want. Perhaps it’s time to teach your birds independent play. This will give you a much needed break, and your flock will learn healthy ways to entertain themselves.
26 to 13 points - Well-Balanced Mom/Dad
You recognize both your own and your birds’ needs. Your flock knows that you are there for them without you having to constantly hover over them. Your birds like the routine you’ve established for them; yet they also enjoy the toys and treat surprises you so thoughtfully work into their day.
12 points or less - Need to Step It Up
The journey of bird ownership seemed exciting at first, but you’ve gotten lost along the way. It’s time to jumpstart your relationship with your bird. Find a knowledgeable bird-mentor who can give you tips. Join a bird club or an online chat group, and let its members inspire you. Make sure your bird doesn’t just survive — create an environment that allows it to thrive.
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