My Parrots want to mate with eachother | Parrot Hormones Gone Wild

Discouraging breeding behavior or nesting behavior in pet birds during
springtime can be challenging. Birds can hide their illnesses when they
are sick. It's important to take your birds to see a vet ASAP, the first
signs that things are not right with your bird. Springtime is a tough
time for a parrot, especially for cockatoos. Hormones can compromise a
bird's health and make them sick. Many Cockatoos, Cockatiels, African
greys and other species of parrots can become egg bound this time of
year. It's important to be aware of signs of illness when something is
wrong with your parrot.

By taking your bird to see an avian vet for an
annual health exam can help maintain your bird's health. This video
will help answer many of your hormonal bird questions like? Why is my
parrot biting me? How do I make my parrot stop biting me? Why doesn't my
parrot like me? Why is my parrot throwing up? How to prevent your bird
from laying an egg? How to prevent hormonal behavior in a parrot? Why
is my parrot wanting to nest? How can I tell if my bird is sick? Why is
my parrot regurgitating? What to do if my bird is sick? How do I know
if my bird needs a Lupron injection and why do some birds need Lupron
injections? Why diet, sleep and weighing your parrot is important for
your bird's health? đź’š

My Parrots want to mate with eachother | Parrot Hormones Gone Wild My Parrots want to mate with eachother | Parrot Hormones Gone Wild Reviewed by sherri on May 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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