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Old 10-09-2013, 07:14 PM
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I was introduce by a friend from singapore. We bought back our first zon home about two weeks ago. We name her as Pong Pong. She is about 7 months now. He bites for the first few days. But now I can cuddling and interaction with Pong Pong.
Now I have a question about her behavior. She is more aggressive during afternoon time. She bit or show aggressive who is near to her. But during night time there is no such problem
Is it normal or and way to train?

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Your new baby Pong Pong is BEAUTIFUL!!!! Many congrats on bringing her home.

It's possible she is either a bit tired OR too worked up in the afternoon. You will soon learn her body language, and you'll know whether she is in cuddle mode or not.

GREAT pictures!!!
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Re: Yellow crown Amazon

There are times when amazons simply will let you know they don't want to be handled. Usually when they are in a "content place" and don't want to be disturbed.

Their body postures mean something, and they will usually signal you with their body that they don't want to be picked up right now. You will pick up on this as you go along.

I bite pressure trained mine, and she knows to push my fingers away with her beak when she doesn't want to be messed with. If she does that to me, I take the hint.

Primarily this will come as the bird bonds with you, and you bond with the bird. Learning is a two way street with parrots. You end up meeting them half way sometimes.

Yellow crowned amazons are actually one of the easier and more personable zons to work with, and they are one of the better talkers.

Beautiful baby...
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Quote: Originally Posted by JerseyWendy View Post
Your new baby Pong Pong is BEAUTIFUL!!!! Many congrats on bringing her home.

It's possible she is either a bit tired OR too worked up in the afternoon. You will soon learn her body language, and you'll know whether she is in cuddle mode or not.

GREAT pictures!!!
Thank you Jersey,
Most of the time In afternoon I'm not home. And afternoon is Pong Pong crazy hours. ( from my wife Sherron and daughters told me.) but I did bring Pong Pong to my working studio she behave well. No nosy no screaming not biting.
Will it be I'm with her and she feel more comfortable? When she heard my voice from other room. She will came and looking for me.
I'm really please about the progress. Yellow crown Amazon-imageuploadedbytapatalk1381425741.970833.jpg
Picture was taken first day bring her home from shop.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Birdman666 View Post
There are times when amazons simply will let you know they don't want to be handled. Usually when they are in a "content place" and don't want to be disturbed.

Their body postures mean something, and they will usually signal you with their body that they don't want to be picked up right now. You will pick up on this as you go along.

I bite pressure trained mine, and she knows to push my fingers away with her beak when she doesn't want to be messed with. If she does that to me, I take the hint.

Primarily this will come as the bird bonds with you, and you bond with the bird. Learning is a two way street with parrots. You end up meeting them half way sometimes.

Yellow crowned amazons are actually one of the easier and more personable zons to work with, and they are one of the better talkers.

Beautiful baby...
Thanks Birdman666.
I will pass the your reply message to my wife,
Sherron. Now she is afraid of bites.
Hope her bonding with Pong Pong will be smoothly and happily. .
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Welcome Jason.
Got your YCA from GW?
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Re: Yellow crown Amazon

It takes time with zons to get used to everything. My guy took 3 weeks before the bites subsided. A lot of it was as Birdman666 said; being able to read his cues.

The way we won our zon's heart was to feed him lots of treats as he learned to step up and allowed us to touch him. Zons LOVE food!
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Welcome Jason.
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Hi POD.
We got from GW.
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Thanks All. Now Pong Pong is so attached to me. I even bring her to my work place once or twice a week.
Where ever I go, Pong Pong wants follow.
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Tha'ts great news! Sounds like he's making great strides with you, and you with him. You're off to a good start!
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