The Parrot Problem Solver: Finding Solutions to Aggressive Behavior
When not properly trained and socialized, parrots are prone to developing behavioral problems, including aggression and self-mutilation. Many parrot owners face these problems and need guidance on how to solve them. This book offers practical advice on how to understand, prevent, and correct aggressive beavhior in parrots.
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Parrot Behavior in the Wild
Pitfalls to Avoid
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