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In the video we wheeled out research conducted at the Santa Fe University, which proved that hierarchy in parrot flocks is present. To facilitate identification of individuals, researchers marked each bird with a unique facial pattern using colored non-toxic permanent markers.
Remember that your parrot treats you as a member of its flock. Hence if it attempts to dominate you or it has already done it, these videos may help:
“Good manners – part 1”
and “Good manners – part 2”
They follow our previous video “Do not let your cockatoo make the rules” (it concerns not only cockatoos)
We also invite to watch other videos from the Aggression in Parrots series:
“Aggression in Parrots and Their Diet”
“Aggression in Parrots – Hormones, Wrong Touch and Other Reasons And 10 Tips on How to Eliminate This Aggression”
“Aggression in Parrots and Bad Training”
Watch also our videos “How to Touch and Pet Your Parrot – Be Its Friend, Not a Partner” from which you will learn how to touch a parrot, so as not to cross the border of right touch and how it affects aggression.