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Breeding season in parrots can be the difference of a calm, sweet feathered friend and one who wants nothing more than to... well, you know. Which often leads to pure aggression during these two times of year (yep, it's not just a spring time thing!)
So we decided to demonstrate how certain textures of food and specific ways of touching and petting your bird are triggers for launching your bird into those horror-mones that have you wondering where your best friend went.
In our Spring Horror-Mones we show you with our very own birds what this does and does not look like so you know exactly how to avoid setting off those triggers.
We don't want you to just be armed with how to deal with these specific times of year with your hormonal bird, but we also want you to know how to avoid them in the future as well as make the proper adjustments if you have a female bird who begins laying eggs.