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Re: Overhumanizing parrot behavior

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For those of you asking, this is Kermit's take on the ring game.... she disapproves.
This was post-training session (I'm not so coordinated/organized yet to take video during sessions, so I just taped her with the stand afterwards) and we're still working on identifying color and removing from the stand (she likes to throw them more than give them). As you can tell, we started with the red ones... She's a bit frustrated with the whole concept and I'm still working on finding a way to explain clearly what I want -- it's a work in progress. Still, her tauntrum is pretty cute !

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super cute!
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Hahahahaha! I love it! I see her potential, though. She's going to work it out soon enough.
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