The problem of biting in parrots is one of the most common problems faced by new parrot owners or parrot feeders. Almost all parrot breeders have encountered this problem. In some cases, the biting state can go as far as breaking. So much so that parrot owners may even mistakenly think that parrots don’t like them. Parrot bites can have many causes. A parrot never bites for no reason, in this sense you should know your bird well and find out when and in what circumstances he has bitten to find a solution.
First of all, observe the circumstances in which your bird bites it, whether it changes bait containers or when cleaning its cage, or it may have many reasons. Parrots are fond of habitats and tend to protect their territory. Therefore, they use their beaks, the most effective weapons, to protect their nests.
In order to reduce or prevent the size of these behaviors, you can often relocate the materials inside the cage, such as perches, toys, or the direction of the cage.
In fact, parrot bites have no real solution. If your parrot has such an urge, try not to change their feeds frequently while in that cage.
If you go to bite when you want to put your bird in its cage, it means that it does not want to enter the cage and is nervous. This may be because he spends a lot of time in the cage. To prevent this, give your bird some more time, it will calm him down. Don’t worry, parrots are extremely sensitive and empathetic creatures, so that they immediately feel your feelings and what you want. So stay calm and calm so your parrot gets the positive energy from you.