Χρήσιμες συμβουλές απο τη Nathalie Roberts

Συζήτηση με θέμα Χρήσιμες συμβουλές απο τη Nathalie Roberts, που ξεκίνησε από Wind-sa, στο Forum 'Φροντίδα, Εκπαίδευση Παπαγάλων' του PetBirds, 14 Σεπ 2009.

  1. Wind-sa

    Wind-sa PB Member

    Εδω και δυο μέρες μου στέλνουν στο e-mail κάποιες χρήσιμες συμβουλές απο το http://
    Είναι απλα και βασικά πράγματα που πρέπει να ξερει ο καθένας.
    Οποίος ενδιαφέρετε ασ να ρίξει μια ματιά και αμα θέλει να γραφθεί.


    You will discover tips for

    * Making your Parrot talk
    * Teaching it to do tricks
    * Taking care of its diet
    * Potty training your Parrot
    * Giving proper exercise to your Parrot


    and a lot, lot more!

    So, without wasting any more time, let's begin with
    today's topic - which is all about
    how to make your Parrot talk.

    In order to teach your Parrot to talk,
    you will need to devise ways and means to entice
    your Parrot to imitate new sounds.

    As you will discover, teaching the first word to your
    Parrot is always the most difficult.

    Once you have crossed that hurdle, things become
    a lot easier!

    Firstly, as you probably know, Parrots
    do not have a vocabulary of their own.

    They will learn to talk only by imitating what they
    hear.

    And to help them practice certain sounds, you have
    to diligently repeat phrases and words.

    The more they hear certain words, the more likely
    they are to mimic them.

    A major factor that could hamper your Parrot's
    talking ability could be the fact that you are not
    interacting with him enough.

    Laboratory studies show that Parrots
    learn best with social interaction.

    If your Parrot is slow to learn new
    words, you need to ensure that you are interacting
    with him for sufficient periods.

    Just like any young children, Parrots
    too need adequate stimulation AND the necessary
    responses to encourage them to progress.

    During a one-on-one training session, you can interact
    with the bird to include 'Association', which is one of
    the best methods of training a Parrot
    to talk.

    It can be done casually or deliberately. Repeat similar
    types of word with animation each time you do
    something, while your favorite pet watches attentively.

    For example, say 'see you later!' when you leave the
    house, or 'good to see you!' when you return.

    After a while, the Parrot will associate
    these phrases with your arrival and departure. It will
    cheerily wave you goodbye, and give an equally
    enthusiastic welcome!

    The best way to encourage your Parrot
    to imitate you is to introduce huge amounts of enthusiasm
    and excitement in your voice.

    If you repeat a desired response in an excited tone,
    with enough clarity, the bird will soon be imitating
    those words.

    When he does that, you must reward him for giving the
    desired response. For a Parrot does not
    talk with the aim to converse. He just wants your attention
    and approval.

    To enable him to imitate human sounds, speak clearly
    and loudly, emphasizing each syllable.

    Words said with zeal - using hard consonants - are easy
    for Parrots to learn.

    Also, you must refrain from using foul language within
    the hearing distance of your Parrot.

    We often end up saying profane words distinctly, with a
    lot of passion and very loudly. And the Parrots
    find them very easy to mimic.

    Getting rid of this unwanted vocabulary is a mighty
    task that needs a great deal of knowledge, patience and
    consistency. You are better off avoiding it altogether
    by remembering never to use profane words near your
    Parrot.


    That's all the time that we have for today. I will send
    the next email to you in a couple of days. It will talk
    about how to teach your Parrot to do
    tricks.

    Of course, you will find hundreds of such secret
    training tips and techniques for making your Parrot
    talk in the full version of my brand new Parrot
    training course that has quickly become all the rage in
    the Parrot community on the Internet.

    The full version of my training course will cover
    dozens of different secrets on making your Parrot talk
    that I couldn't possibly cover in a single email - so
    if you are serious about teaching your Parrot to talk,
    please check out the full version of my training course
    right away at:
    Discover an Explosive New Parrot Training System

    Thanks and best regards,
    Nathalie Roberts
    Discover an Explosive New Parrot Training System

    P.S. Please do check out the full version of my
    training course before you close this email - it really
    is required reading for anyone who owns a Parrot
    or is thinking of buying one.

    Discover an Explosive New Parrot Training System

    και το σημερινό...

    Welcome to Day 2 of your Parrot Training
    Mini Course.

    Today, we'll talk about how to teach your Parrot to
    do tricks!

    You should first start off by teaching your Parrot to
    do tricks that involve usage of their natural abilities
    such as the wave, wings up, lying on their backs etc.

    You can then slowly graduate to "unnatural" activities
    that will require more time, patience, and repetition.

    By acquainting your Parrot, to simple
    tricks, you can easily teach it 'how to learn' and make
    it follow your command.

    You should keep in mind the following points when you
    are teaching your Parrot to do tricks:

    1. A Parrot acts in response much more
    readily to visual nod than to a verbal connotation. The
    verbal instructions force the Parrot to
    pay attention, and give the trainer attention.

    2. Once it has taken hold of a particular idea, move on
    to another trick. Do not indulge into the game with endless
    repetition. Make the lessons as exciting as possible.

    3. When your bird displays the desired behavior, reward
    him. Your Parrot will not repeat any actions
    for which it has not been compensated earlier. So, always
    compensate your Parrot whenever it has
    successfully completed a trick.

    Here's an example of a trick that you can teach your
    Parrot to perform:

    THE WAVE


    To teach your Parrot to "wave", wiggle the
    fingers of your right hand as if creating a small wave.

    Say "wave" or whatever verbal cue you wish to pronounce
    to make the Parrot wave.

    Offer your hand/finger for the bird to step-on. Watch carefully,
    as it will try to step forward onto your hand. However, you
    must not actually let it do that!

    Every time it lifts its left foot, pull your hand away.

    Soon it will get a feeling that all it has to do to dig up the
    reward is to raise its left foot only.

    You no longer need to call him to step on your hand.
    Just wave your fingers back and forth and the bird
    should tentatively raise its foot.

    When you Parrot gets the foot as high
    as you think it is going to and then starts to drop, reward
    it imMEDIAtely, and you have the beginning of the wave.

    Do this only until the bird is lifting its foot
    readily.

    Well, that's all the time that we have for today. I
    will send the next email to you in a couple of days. It will
    talk about how to take care of your Parrot's
    diet.

    Of course, as I mentioned earlier, you will find
    hundreds of such secret training tips and techniques in
    the full version of my new Parrot training
    course. You will also discover more tricks that you can
    teach your Parrot (for instance, the full
    version of my training course will teach you how to train
    your Parrot to shake hands with you!)

    So, if you are serious about teaching your Parrot
    to talk and do tricks, please check out the full version of my
    training course right away at:
    Discover an Explosive New Parrot Training System

    Thanks and best regards,
    Nathalie Roberts
     
  2. melagio80

    melagio80 PB Member

    Για οσους δεν καταλαβαινουν καλα τα αγγλικα,κανετε το κειμενο αντιγραφη, πηγαινετε σε αυτη τη διευθυνση =>
    http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt
    Κανετε επικολληση το κειμενο μεσα στο κουτι και απο κατω πατατε απο αγγλικα σε ελληνικα (english to greek)
     
  3. mariah

    mariah PB Member

    Πολυ ενδιαφερον Πωλινα!
     
  4. Victoria

    Victoria PB New Member

    Πολυ χρησιμες οι συμβουλες.
    Μπραβο σου Πωλινα!:D
     

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