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Now that you’ve picked treats for you parrot, it’s time to begin clicker training. A clicker is just a very simple plastic box with a metal piece inside. It makes a click sound when you push the button. We use this as a tool to tell the parrot when it’s doing the right thing that we’re trying to teach it to do.

This is a very useful skill for teaching additional tricks. It’s not a must. You could teach your parrot to do tricks without a clicker. But it’s much easier with a clicker. It helps to note the time when the parrot’s doing the behavior that you want it to.

Also, it’s easier to reproduce with other people. If you want someone else to be able to handle your parrot, you’ll be able to let them use the clicker and receive the same results and benefits as you doing it yourself.

It’s very simple to teach the parrot what the clicker sound means. It means that a treat is coming. You just click the clicker and give it a treat. Whenever the parrot hears the sound of the clicker, it’s going to get a treat to follow. At first, you can click it at the same time as you’re giving treats. But, over time, you can click first and give the treat second.

Just remember, every time you click the clicker, even if you didn’t mean to, you’ve got to give a treat to the parrot so that it learns that clicker means treats are coming on their way.

Wings? Good boy.

Eventually, you’ll be able to use the clicker to mark the time the parrot does the right behavior.

Wave. Good boy.

As soon as he does the right thing I can click and give him a treat.

Wave. Good boy.

So, I’m going to be using a clicker throughout this series. Whenever the bird does the behavior I’m seeking, I click and give the treat. That’s how you clicker train a parrot.

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23 Responses

  1. Nobody
    | Reply

    Tips on conure treats?

  2. Wonder Feather
    | Reply

    You can use pen too!

  3. Piano Lover
    | Reply

    I bought one but how long does it take to deliver

  4. Maryann Fox
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    Is it a parrot or a frog? 😋

  5. Carl Carandang
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    Let’s subscribe to parrot wizard

  6. karthi1v chennai
    | Reply

    hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to learn about how to train the parrot try Pycanta Parrot Tips Protocol (just google it ) ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my colleague got cool results with it.

  7. ARUN MONDAL
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    Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else wants to uncover how to teach a parrot tricks try Pycanta Parrot Tips Protocol ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my mate got amazing results with it.

  8. Spunky Is A Cat
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    Wait, if you want the bird to do a trick LATER on, but you've used the clicker before….would the bird still do it without the clicker?

  9. shailesh parab
    | Reply

    Can i use a fidget cube button

  10. Helen Maar
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    He/She is beautiful :)

  11. Dantheman9000
    | Reply

    do i get the same results If i make a clicking sound with my mouth instead?

  12. Christie Gautreau
    | Reply

    So my African grey will not take a treat from my hand. Just grabs it an throws it.

  13. Predrag Stepanović
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    Where can i get a clicker??? :)

  14. Tyler Wrone
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    Is there some way I can get the training stick sperate?

  15. Saad Salique
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    Any one watching this on 2016

  16. Ashli xoxo
    | Reply

    what breed is this parrot

  17. Robin Murray
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    What type of treats are best used in conjunction with training a parrot? Please , offer me some suggestions . I'm picking up a blue crown conure today who has spent 5 yrs with 2 ladies who have taken great care of him , but claim not to be bird people , although they've done a great job with him , I know I will need to do some training , so any suggestions regarding treats will be great ! I've got a clicker !
    Robin Murray
    Mobile, Al.

  18. Rasheed Nisha
    | Reply

    I'm not sure but ,if anyone else wants to discover how to train your parrot to stop bitingparrot teaching try Pycanta Parrot Tips Protocol (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my partner got great success with it.

  19. Terry johnson
    | Reply

    I have a baby alexandrinea who is 3 months and 2 weeks old. Still taking formula once a day. At what age should I start clicker training my parrot?

  20. Albern Jaime Newton
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    hey your video is great , parrots are such interesting animals! I found Knewreck Parrot Training Guide to have great parrot training videos . (just google it ) ! I've gotten some interesting info here and found it to be very informative.

  21. Ariana cardinal
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    You can actually perches a clicker for 2.00$ or less at your local pet store, I found them in the training section for dogs, and some pet stores give them out for free, They can also be found online (eBay or amazon).

  22. N.45
    | Reply

    Parrots are such an interesting animal.

  23. Kittens Mama12
    | Reply

    can u give me bird

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