HotWingAgenda: That almost makes me wish I had a pet bird. Almost.
HairBolus: Since when has LiveLeak started embedding YouTube vids rather than ripping them off and hosting them themselves?
Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: What the first one made me think of[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x233]
nmrsnr: Please, that's just training. Crows spontaneously make tools.
The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: Clever girl
Summoner101: What I thought of:
angry bunny: its great to see someone training their bird. They've been known to develop emotional issues from owners leaving them in a cage 24/7.
dualplains: I really enjoyed the mocking tone the bird had at the end."AJ, put the ball in the basket.""Mut da mall in muh masket, muh muh muuuhhh."
The_Philosopher_King: angry bunny: its great to see someone training their bird. They've been known to develop emotional issues from owners leaving them in a cage 24/7.I saw a video with a beautiful cockatoo that the owner left alone too often. It was heartbreaking. People don't realize the intelligence level of birds. The phrase bird-brain is a misnomer. Which means that owning one is a real commitment. They suffer mentally as well as physically. You should not just leave it in the cage to rot. They need interaction, some kind of mental stimulation. Even the small ones like parakeets and finches. More so for cockatiels and bigger.\25 year bird owner. Currently 2 macaws, a cockatiel and a duck (long story)
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