You're about to discover some interesting bird psychology...

From the desk of Danny L.
RE: Problems With Parrots...


Okay, I know you might be skeptical... Well, give me few minutes of your time and I'll prove it to you right now...

Do you know that some interesting discoveries have been made about bird psychology in the past years?

(I'll demonstrate how profound these discoveries are in a moment...)

Here's a shocking little fact:

Did you know that every year, over 2,000 parrots are abandoned to rescue groups because they've become too wild to live with.

And yet, a few minutes from now I'll show you how NOT to be one of those "uneducated" bird owners and reveal some simple techniques that you can implement straight-away to stop those aggressive bird bites, allowing you to feed her with your hands, walk around with her on your shoulder and become best of friends... Now -

- discovering and learning about these can really help you build that all-important relationship with your parrot (Yet sadly not many people take the effort to try, learn and understand what they are...)

Over the next few paragraphs, I'm going to share with you a simple technique but a very powerful one on how to gain control on your bird.

Pay attention to the following:

In many situations, a human owner actually teaches and/or reinforces a negative behavior by their reaction to the biting parrot...

What the heck does that mean?

Here's an interesting bit of bird psychology:

Did you know that a parrot bites in order to get a reaction from someone for whatever reason...

For example, your parrot is sitting on top of it's cage and it's time for him to go inside it's cage for the night. You position your hand (or perch) for the bird to step up (using your verbal command), but the bird lunges at you because he wants to stay out. You jerk your hand back.

Several things have just occurred:

(1) The bird learned that you retreat when s/he bites;

(2) The bird learned how to get his way;

(3) Your fear of the bird increases and...

(4) The bird is still outside it's cage.

So, now you're here, scratching your head and wondering...

"Danny, how can I transform Polly the Predator into Polly the Polite?"

I'm glad you asked - But sorry... I'll have to cut off here

(Don't you hate it when that happens JUST when you're about to reach climax?)

Don't worry... I won't prolong your suffering -

- I have a 33 minutes 50 second long audio ready for you to download instantly. This mp3 file was recorded by Sapphyre who is a certified avian specialist and has 25-years of experience dealing with birds...

... I'm telling you... This woman knows her stuff.

There's no catch, no hidden fees... Nothing. Just enter your first name and e-mail address below and I'll send you the link to the audio file instantly.

If the link to the audio does not reach you in a few minutes, then check your SPAM folder. And if you want to continue receiving further e-mails from me, make sure you add me to your friend's list.

 

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Talk to you soon,

Your friend,
Danny L.

P.S. Not only do you get access to audio, but I'm going to share some other awesome tips and tricks to help you with your parrot in future newsletter. I'm sure you're going to love them

 


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