If your bird is not stimulated, they can become disruptive and exhibit bad behaviour. Taking steps to enrich your birds daily routine will not only help establish a bond between yourself and your pet, but will provide important stimulation and help your bird keep a happy and healthy life.

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Understand the signs

Vocalisations are just one way in which birds communicate. Your bird will also use body language to tell you how they`re feeling. For example, they might lean away and flatten their feathers close against her body to try and let you know that they do not want to do something. If you ignore the signs, your bird can become agitated. They might flare her tail feathers, open her beaks, and the feathers on their heads or necks might stand up. This indicates that they are feeling threatened or anxious, and you should leave them alone.Allowing your bird to make choices, and rewarding behaviours that you want will make them more likely to want to interact with you.


Keep notes

Note down information around the times your bird has shown aggression and list events that happened directly before and after the event. Note whether it was towards other people, or other animals.

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