Bird Top 20 - birds as pets

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About the course

Foraging, preening, exploring, socializing, flying... parrots are busy creatures when living in the wild.  When living in captivity, it is imperative that parrots be engaged in similar ways. 
The environmental and developmental needs of captive parrots cannot be overlooked as if they are, behavioral and physical problems can be the result. 
This half-day course will provide twenty tips that will help professionals recognize the sources of some of these problems, and assist caregivers in avoiding issues like aggression, excessive and unexpected fear, and feather destructive behavior – a real “how to” about creating the best environment possible for the pet parrot.

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