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5 Tips For Talking

Get your parrot speak up.

Helpful tips that can help encourage your pet bird to talk

Ask anyone what makes companion birds so special, and their gift of gab is bound to be one of the top reasons. Although many parrot species have the ability to talk, not all choose to do so. It might take some dedication on your part to teach your bird that talking is fun, easy and a real attention getter! Here are five tips to get you and your bird started.

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My macaw talks pretty well he just needs to learn more words and construct phrases...with my guidance, of course.
Cheryl, North Fort Myers, FL
Posted: 12/26/2010 9:37:19 AM
Very interesting. My B&G Nate talks but just repeats the same words over and over. I need to spend more time with him and he's a pretty fast learner and can talk.
Cheryl, North Fort Myers, FL
Posted: 12/26/2010 9:33:57 AM
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