Guide to A Well-behaved ParrotBook - 2007
This expanded new edition of a popular parrot-training book explains parrot psychology and discusses the ways in which parrot owners can apply it to solve behavior problems. The author cites the most common problems--screaming, biting, and feather-chewing--and tells how to remedy them. She also stresses the need for periodic reinforcement of desirable parrot behavior traits and advises on many aspects of good parrot care, including proper nutrition and providing the bird with steady companionship. The text is complemented with many attractive and instructive color photos and line art.
Publisher: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's Educational Series, ©2007.
Edition: 3rd edition.
Characteristics: ix, 133 pages :,illustrations (chiefly color) ;,20 cm