Of all the animals one can choose as a pet, a parrot is perhaps the most
challenging to keep. Highly intelligent and notoriously temperamental, pet
parrots brings with them a host of potential problems and difficulties.
Common behavioral issues include biting, screeching, and defecating on
people and property. In addition to specific problems, though, the larger
goals of helping your parrot become well-adjusted and of forming a close
bond with him or her can sometimes feel hopeless to even the most patient
and caring pet owner.
The need for a clear and effective method of parrot training is obvious to
anyone with the slightest experience caring for these birds. Although there
are, obviously, numerous differences between species of parrots, such as
Cockatoos, Amazon, and African Greys, there are also many commonalities. If you
own or are considering acquiring a Goffins Cockatoo, for instance, one of the
most well-received and effective training methodologies is described in the
Bird Tricks course.
The only thing that’s, perhaps, a bit confusing about Bird Tricks is its
name. The course is not only about teaching your bird “tricks” (although
that is in there.) Rather, it is about understanding the motivations behind
your parrot’s actions and using this knowledge to correct behavior problems.
Bird Tricks is a complete and thorough system for turning your parrot into
the pet you’ve always dreamed of. Regardless of how serious his or her
current issues are, the material presented in this program is the ideal key
to a happy bird (and a happy owner.)
The elite training course is composed of three DVDs and a workbook. It was
created and produced by the Womach brothers, a pair of regular guys who just
to have an intense interest in parrots. This course is the end result of
their years of trial and error experimentation as parrot owners. Their
experience translates into a comprehensive system of parrot training and
behavior modification based on teaching the parrot “tricks.” These tricks
aren’t just fun to watch and a great way to impress friends and family,
though, they are an effective means by which one can effectively socialize
and train a parrot.
The DVDs include extensive, real-time footage of the Womach brothers taking
a previously untrained bird from initial contact to a desirable,
highly-trained state. This both demonstrates the proven validity of their
techniques to the viewer and provides a step-by-step guide to doing the same
things with your own parrot.
For more information on this exciting course check out Birdtricks.com and
sign up for their free videos!