Now we are going to talk about how to get a bird back in its cage. We going to talk about it in simple way. Most birds love to spend time outside their nest. We see this because many pet birds find it difficult to return to their cages after an active holiday. You can easily place your pet in a cage with a little exercise. However, before putting a new bird into the nest, it’s a good idea to first teach it to stand and hold so it can easily follow your nesting instructions.
How to get a bird back in its cage – Low power consumption
In fact, every time you rush to work or on a date, your bird decides to play with you, and it seems like you are trying unsuccessfully to get him back in the cage. Try these tips:
The more furious you are, the more furious your bird will be. Remember that our little birds are pack animals and are very attentive to body language and the food chain. For your bird, a flock member acting violently and erratically can signal a danger to life.
Slow down, talk softly to your bird and pretend you have all the time in the world to pick up your bird and put it back in its cage. This happens to the point where it is difficult for a screaming parrot to hum in order to change its behavior. But it works. Change your behavior to change your bird’s behavior.
Shorten wing feathers
Trimmed wing feathers grow back once or twice a year. As they grow, you can again decide whether to let your bird fly all the way or clip the feathers again. Work on the behaviors listed below and you will be in control of your bird. Consider clipping just a few feathers in flight, which will slow your bird down but keep it flying. [Note: Don’t let wing trimming lull you into a false sense of security that if your bird gets scared when you get out, it won’t be able to fly. Some bird species, such as cockatiels, are good fliers and can fly even after having relatively short wing feathers.
One of the best ways to transform your little bird’s cage entrance is to cook their favorite cage food. For our little birds, this can be a piece of millet powder or a piece of nutri-berry. Place the food in the cage, then give the bird a hand and verbal signal to let it know it is there. For example, I tap on the side or top of the cage and say “in the cage”. Do this while your bird is sitting. Take the training step by step. Once your bird knows you have a treat waiting for you, when you say “caged”, try saying it while your bird is sitting on the door and then when it is away from the door, cage, or a short distance away. If your bird is not in a cage but leans towards it when you say “caged”, help it by asking it to get up and then lead it into the cage.
How to get a bird back in its cage – Training commands
Keep your bird at its best by practicing the “up” signal with your finger and stick. This is especially handy if your bird is jumping to the ground. Birds usually want to get up, so make it easier for yourself by asking the bird to get up a few times, picking it up each time. I also suggest training your bird on a stick. If your bird needs to be picked up by someone unfamiliar with birds, walking on a stick is a way to hold the bird or put it back in its cage. If your bird is prone to seasonal hormonal fluctuations, you might as well.
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