At What Age to Tame a Parrot and Which Parrots Should Not Be Tamed

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We specify the age limit for the most popular parrot species to which they are suitable for taming. It is an excerpt from the extensive video titled “Taming Degree and Parrots Welfare – Which Parrots Should Not Be Tamed” about to which extent a single parrot can be tamed, and to which in a pair or a group. It also explains the age to which it is best to start taming each species, and after which age it should not be done anymore (this is exactly that fragment).
See also our other parrot welfare videos:
“Need to Contact or Observe and Ill-Understood Parrot Welfare”​ – we consider choosing a single parrot, a pair, or a flock of parrots.
“I Won’t Give My Parrot Away, Because I Love It”- How It Relates to Parrot Welfare​ – we talk about which parrots should not be tamed and what to do in such a situation.

Featuring, among others, parrots from the Parrot Shop in Warsaw.

Posted on 19 March 2021

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