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Under Assault?

Reward the good, not the bad, to avoid the ugly.

By Rebecca K. O’Connor

Pet birds can cause damage to your digitsAnyone with an aggressive parrot has no doubt that birds are related to dinosaurs and surely parrots evolved from velociraptors. No matter how small, they can be intimidating. It does not have to be this way though. Living with aggression is not a given with parrots. The best thing to do is to avoid allowing aggression to escalate in the first place. Sometimes, however, we don’t see it coming.

**For the full article, pick up the October 2009 issue of BIRD TALK**

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