本日ご紹介するオカメインコ動画は『Taming Your Wild Cockatiel: The Trick You Need To Know!』です↓↓↓
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本日のオカメインコ動画『Taming Your Wild Cockatiel: The Trick You Need To Know!』はいかがでしたか？
Borb responds to spray millet, doesn’t give a toss about the target stick…. Or tries to bite it. Yep… sounds like a cockatiel. Lol.
I interact with all kinds of parrots/parakeets at a sanctuary and have noticed the ‘tiels, while cute as a button, are not the brightest.
I feel like this video shows possible further evidence that Clyde has some sort of trauma or diminished vision in his left eye. He simply does not react to anything you do on his left side. He is utilizing the spin move in order to see the millet with his right eye.