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Aggressive Bird

An aggressive bird can be demonstrating lack of socialization or frustration, or showing that he has been put in a situation in which he feels vulnerable. Understanding how to communicate with your bird and reduce his frustration can help to minimize situations in which he is aggressive. An aggressive bird may bite, scream or squawk, or becoming overly bonded to one individual and refuse to interact with other humans.

Early training and socialization, usually between fledgling and around 18 months of age, is one important key in avoiding or minimizing having an aggressive bird. At this age, you can help the bird get used to her surroundings, people, and other animals before aggressive behaviors become habitual. Once aggressive behaviors become the norm for a bird, it is much harder to retrain her to be less aggressive.