by Sherri Moorer
There’s one thing birds have in common: they’re mischievous! It seems that something about us brings out the silly side in our parrots. Such behaviors serve parrots well in the wild where they need a lot of energy and intelligence to seek food sources, create safe homes, and protect their young. In the context of a home environment however, sometimes this mischievous behavior can cause trouble.
Read Sherri’s full article on the Behaviors Issues page to learn how to strike a balance in knowing when to let your bird be themselves, and when to exercise caution.