I've lived with Peachfront Conures Aratinga aurea for 30 years. I've bred 'em, trained 'em, even visited Bolivia to observe them in the wild. For more about me, click right here.
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how NOT to teach a peachfront conure to talk
When I got my first Peachfront Conure in 1982, I wasn't that long out of college, and I was working for a downtown now-defunct oil company, so I was all fired-up to be super-productive. My bird was going to be the most brilliant bird on the block, and I figured that I was going to teach him to talk, even though Peachfronts aren't particularly vocal. But I was going to do it efficiently, so I wouldn't go bonkers from listening to the bird tape creak out, "Hello, Hello, Hello" over and over and over. I decided to run the tape for my bird while I was washing and then blow-drying my hair in the morning.
Well, you already know where this is going. Sure enough, after awhile, my sweet Arthur began to croak out a rather crummy but somewhat recognizable version of "Herro, herro, herro."
But he only spoke up when I was in the shower.
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