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Old 11-09-2019, 06:04 PM
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Re: communications with beak.

Perjo doesn’t do much of this. She makes tons of sounds that reaffirm we are communicating but she doesn’t tap her beak or anything. She wipes off her beak after eating though. Rubs her beak on anything to clean it off, she hates a messy beak.
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Old 11-10-2019, 03:14 PM
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Re: communications with beak.

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Excellent, its good to see that my observations seem like potentially 'in built' forms of communication with CAGs rather than taught ie natural responses.


Jim, Enzo is a big part of my life as you know, when im at home she is with or close to me all of the time, i really do try and understand her as much as i can as she seems to do with me. Im actually trying to find a motorbike helmet small enough to fit her so she can come out with me lol...
I have actually had Amy perch on the handlebars of my Harley and gone real slow up and down the driveway. His eyes were as big as grapes and he was stiff as a board. I thought he was going to freak out...not going to do that again


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Jim, you may need to step it up

https://www.wlwt.com/article/meet-ci...rrot/22988466#

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WOW!!!! That is totally amazing!!!! I'm going to have to find someone to build Amy a sidecar!! Thanks for the link GO ROSIE!!!

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