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You might be able to get her past this shyness by rewarding her when she speaks by giving her a verbal praise as soon as you hear it and then give her a treat. This works by you being just outside the room and out of her sight, then when she says a word, you give her a lot of praise as you wlak into the room and reward her, maybe repeating the word she said a few times in your praise to her.
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Our first parrotlet was shy this way but in his evening chatters we would hear words being said so I'd drop what I was doing and offer him praise and reward, but I'd repeat what he said while praising him. After a few days I'd hear a word and just repeat it every time he said it and he'd repeat it back to me. Another thing that got him talking was when we got another bird, he went to the new bird's cage and began saying a bunch of words we didn't even know he could say, but we were able to coax those words out of him once we knew he could say them.
It does take some time but she'll begin to talk in front of you. Right now our IRN has begun saying her name "Baby" and one night last week she was saying it so when I began repeating it to her she started saying it more.
Then I started telling her "hi Baby" and to my surprise she repeated it to me. It's still hit and miss with her right now, but she's definitely losing her shyness about saying her name. I also rewarded talking when it comes to out of cage time. Screaming got nothing from me, but if he said "hey buddy" "Oscar" "hi buddy" etc I would immediately praise and go to cage and open to get him out. I did this consistantly and now he wont shut up when he wants out of cage hahahaha.
Teaching Your Pet Bird To Talk
The Parrot Forum is a friendly parrot discussion group. Teaching your bird to step-up can come in extremely handy during vet visits, cage cleaning time, weekly health checks and many other aspects of pet bird ownership.
Many parrots learn this game after a few times and some may actually create their own games using the words. Keep your parrot happy and healthy by allowing it out of its cage each day for bursts of exercise. Ideally, your parrot should only use its cage for dining and for resting periods.
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Hiding healthy treats around the room for your parrot to find, or encouraging it to climb up the steps one by one are just a couple of suggestions. Feel free to make up your own exercise routine and be guided by what your bird enjoys doing best! Encourage your parrot to sit with you whilst you watch TV or to follow you around whilst you clean the house. Feeding healthy treats by hand will improve your bond.
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