“Take a Flight of Joy and Listen to Your
Parrots Talk and Canaries Sing”
Isn’t it wonderful to watch a parrot pass funny remarks on a passerby or amuse
the audience with its witty replies?
Isn’t it always a fascinating experience to hear a canary bird sing a beautiful song?
But there sits your little bird, quite and unexcited. If only it was born with a similar talent… Now,
take another look at your bird because whether it is a parrot or a canary, it is born with a talent.
The only need is to make them learn how to use their talent. In the next few minutes, I am
going to reveal the secrets to train your feathered friend. You just need to get your hands
on my eBook ‘How to Teach Parrots to Talk & Canaries Sing’
Do You Really Need This Book?
them do so issimply overwhelming.”
If you are a proud owner of a parrot or a canary, you must already know that these birds are like
babies. You have to teach them how to make use of their abilities. You can always hire a
professional trainer, but imagine the excitement of being their own teacher. It further
strengthens the bond between the owner and the pet.
In my book ‘How to Teach Parrots to Talk & Canaries Sing’, I have share all the useful tips,
strategies and tactics to help you be a trainer for your own bird.
Starting with a proper guide to help you learn more about your bird, this book will not leave any
stone un-turned in this regard.
So, this book is also a valuable resource to help you know more about your bird.
What Do You Need To Know About Your Bird?
‘Understanding your bird better will help you make it understand you
The first few chapters of my book help explain a few characteristics of parrots and canaries. As a
bird owner, you are required to take care of their diet, environment and several other
factors according to their species. Also, you must know that there are only few specific species
of parrots which can actually talk. Here are a few of which are discussed in the book
‘How to Teach Parrots to Talk & Canaries Sing’.
“I always thought may be my female Indian Rigneck doesn’t have the abilityto speak. I never heard it mimic or speak a single word. Everyone had adifferent reason to explain. Some said it only male could talk. Some said it’snot the right species. But thankfully I got this book. I was able to teach mybird so many things without any help or advice from anyone else.Now, my little birdie never seizes to amuse me with its funny sentences.Thank you so much for making me a proud parrot owner. “~ Jimmy Kwan, Minnesota
African Grey Parrots – They are excellent mimics, and that is why they are fairly easier to train.
However, as an owner, you will have to be very careful about what you say in front of them.
Amazon Parrot – These parrots are known for their vibrant green color. They are also good at
learning to talk as well as perform several different acts. If properly taken care of, they live as
long as fifty years.
Indian Rigneck Prakeet Parrots – Once considered a sacred bird due to their ability to talk,
Rignecks come in vibrant colors and distinguished markings.
Quaker Parrots – These parrots don’t ‘quack’, they talk. They are known for their higher level of
intelligence which helps them learn faster and better than others.
Parakeets – These are beautiful looking parrots with small bodies and long tails. Male parakeets
are known for being extremely friendly birds which actually love to sing.
Similarly, there are five main species of birds which are able to sing. Each of these species
has a different way and tone of singing. For instance, American Singer sings gently and may
entertain you with a different song every time. Spanish Timbardo has much louder singing voice
with underlying bell tones. Waterslager sounds like water running in ponds and streams. It can
be extremely soothing and relaxing. Russian Roller can be trained using musical instruments.
They are excellent mimic of other birds and instruments. German Roller has a very soft voice. It
sings beautifully yet it can sometimes be hard to hear.
Finding Your Bird’s Hidden Talent
Bird owners get really confused when it comes to knowing whether or not their bird possesses
the talent. There are a few misconceptions such as the gender myths which tag one gender as
more talented than the other one. Whether you own a female bird or a male bird, the probability
of possessing the talent depends on the environment and conditions you are offering to keep your
So, essentially in my book you will learn the following things in the first few chapters.
- Learn about the talking species of parrots
- Learn about the Singing species of canaries
- Know about proper diet for your birds
- Understand the temperament and talent of your bird
- Different sounds parrots and canaries make
- Find out if your bird can really sing or talk
Let the Training Begin!
Equipped with this knowledge, you can then jump right into the training phase. With this book
you will find it extremely easy to do it all by yourself.
The best part is, it’s not just about singing canaries and talking parrots. The book is loaded
with a lot of bonus tricks including,
- Train your bird to dance and saying things
- Training the parrot to ride a bicycle
- Training the parrot to say hello
Other than sharing training tactics, I have highlighted a few important aspects of training parrots
and canaries. For this purpose, I have pointed out some of the most common mistakes you
should avoid while training the birds. In one of the topics, I also explain how the owner can make
training more efficient by being able to comprehend the body language of the birds.
“I am simply amazed at how this book has helped me being able tounderstand my bird like it is a real person. I feel a stronger bond andconnection with my bird. This book is simply wonderful.”~ Laura Jackson, Boston
…and this is not where it ends!
Once you are able to make your bird learn the tricks and activities mentioned in the book, it
won’t be difficult to further enhance the training on your own. Other than singing and talking,
there are countless activities that you can make your bird perform. All you need is to absorb
and apply the knowledge and information shared in ‘How to Teach Parrots to Talk & Canaries Sing’
GET ANSWERS TO YOUR MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED
QUESTIONS REGARDING PARROTS AND CANARIES
- Should I get a parrot or a canary?
- What kind should I get?
- Where to get one – the Breeder or pet store?
- What kind of cage should I buy?
- What do parrots and canaries eat?
- Will the bird get along with my dog/cat?
- How do you tame a bird?
- Should I take a sick bird to the vet?
- How do I teach my parrot to talk?
- Does my bird need a mate?
- Should I clip my bird’s wings?
- Anything else I should know?
…find these and some more mysteries resolved in ‘How to Teach Parrots to Talk &
“I am in love with this book, and more in love with my canary now. I guess itloves me back as well. Well, it sings a few love songs for me. I think this issomething no bird owner can afford to miss” ~ Nick Kyles, NY
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