After reading the 'bossy bird' thread. I remembered an interesting article in the January issue of Bird Talk.
It went on about parrots forming 4 types of bonds with people:
1. parent/child
2. peer/sibling
3. mate
4. teacher/student

Check it out if you can.
After reading the 'bossy bird' thread. I remembered an interesting article in the January issue of Bird Talk. It went on about parrots forming 4 types of bonds with people: 1. parent/child 2. peer/sibling 3. mate 4. teacher/student Check it out if you can.

It sounds like the avian version of "I'm OK You're OK". Emotion: wink

Jack

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After reading the 'bossy bird' thread. I remembered an interestingarticle ... 3. mate 4. teacher/student Check it out if you can.

It sounds like the avian version of "I'm OK You're OK". Emotion: wink Jack

Right... Just because a bird attacks a spouse doesnt mean that it's not ok. I'm more apt to think that its the person that establishes the bond ; )