Have you ever wondered how your parrot’s sense of smell, touch, taste, sight and hearing compare to your own?
A bird’s eyesight is the most important of its senses to its survival. Our bird’s vision, while not as acute as that of raptors, is vastly superior to our own and is adapted to the survival needs of parrots.
Predatory birds, such as the eagle, the owl or the hawk, have wider skulls allowing for forward facing placement of their eyes. This positioning gives them heightened depth perception which allows them to judge the distance and speed ...