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Is Your Bird An Introvert Or An Extrovert Answers

Answers to gauge whether your bird is an introvert or an extrovert.

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Your bird shows both extrovert and introvert personality traits. Birds, just like people, can go from wanting social interaction to wanting to be left alone. If you wish to encourage social behavior in your bird, avoid trust-destroying interactions. Don’t push your bird’s boundaries by forcing interaction when its body language and demeanor indicate otherwise (for example, the bird starts to become nippy and “cranky” after being out with you for awhile, which is often a sign that it wants to go back to its cage for some downtime). Just like children, birds can be outgoing around its “flock” but shy around strangers or when in unfamiliar environments. Allow your bird to go at its own pace while ensuring that it is safe, and your borderline introvert bird might just start to show its extrovert side.

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I think my one bird is middle of the road and my other one is an introvert
Wendy, Phoenix, AZ
Posted: 11/11/2009 5:53:33 PM
Wow! My 'tiel Nutmeg shows both introvert and extrovert personalities ... He isn't really outgoing but doesn't hide behind his toys either. Thank you for this quiz, Bird Channel! Its really helpful and fun; as all this website's resources are!!!
Nutmeg's Mommy, Peoria area, IL
Posted: 11/6/2009 3:40:16 PM
According to the quiz, both my caiques are extroverts. However, I was on the fence about one of the answers being a or b for Woof, and that pretty much told me exactly what I already knew about him -- he's an extrovert but with a tendency to be both sometimes. It was a fun quiz. Personality tests ofte are. My only recommendation: Offer more than 5 questions next time. It'll make it more fun to take and give us slightly more information to ponder about our birds. Thanks. This was fun.
Catherine, Brooklyn, NY
Posted: 11/1/2009 9:26:33 AM
This was a fun quiz, but I don't know how practical it was. For instance, my bird can switch from extrovert to introvert in a blink. He'll give me a nasty bite to show he wants to go into his cage. So what should I do, then? Oh, well. Thanks for the fun.
Sheri, Birmingham, AL
Posted: 10/20/2009 11:55:45 AM
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