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Feather Plucking : An Issue for the African Grey Parrot
10-16-2015, 04:17 PM
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Big Grin Feather Plucking : An Issue for the African Grey Parrot
Feather pulling is well known to be considered a very unpleasant habit of the african grey parrot. They are famous feather pluckers. It is stated that the Timneh African Grey parrots are not as bad as the Congo African Grey Parrots when it concerns feather plucking. But this is not a proven fact.

To begin with any bird owner must ask himself why do chickens pluck their feathers. There are various different reasons for this terrible habit. The African grey parrot is just a species that require very much attention from his human owner. If this doesn't happens then a bird will likely get bored and this can result to feather plucking. But believe me that the this feather pulling issue is very complicated because it's very difficult to solve it. There have been cases once the african greys plucked their feathers because of getting to much attention. So you just don't know exactly how to take care of your bird. Nutritional imbalances, or environmental dilemmas may also decide to try feather plucking. Some environmental problems may be smocking very-much in the room where the parrot is held or keeping him in a space with dry air. Is recommended for african grey birds to get regular baths or even to come in contact with some sort of humid air. Because this could decide to try feather plucking the african dull chickens should not encounter any terrifying experiences.

If this unpleasant habit appears in you bird's activities than you should first view a vet. He'll probably make an effort to locate a real reason for the bird's problem. It's better to try to comprehend what the vet explains and try to get some methods for handling the situation. It is confirmed that the african gray parrot may be the most intelligent species. When it becomes a friend bird usually leads to neurotic habits -- including pulling his higher degree of intelligence, along with possible wrong early socialization in the breeders and not understanding the birds mental requirements.

Timnehs african grey chickens do not pluck their feathers around the congo african grey parrot. This could be because they weren't as popular since the congo african parrot. For their duller coloration they were not while the congo as licked. Browse here at the link irvingia gabonensis diet to study how to consider this thing.

In conclusion the feather plucking is a major problem for that african grey chickens because they're very difficult birds to take care of..MangoDiet
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