Methods for attracting attention
- If you have an open balcony, put the cage in which the parrot lived on it, play your favorite melody. You can turn on the recording of the chirping of birds, the main thing is that it is the singing of birds of his kind. Do not scroll melodies and sounds constantly, take breaks.
- Display your parrot’s favorite food trough.
- On the balcony or near the house (if it is a private house), you can put a cage with another bird that lived in tandem with a fugitive. She will also call her partner with her tweets.
- Go to look for him around, walk around, call by name and listen, suddenly he answers you.
How to remove a bird from a tree
How to catch a parrot found in a tree? Do not climb up the trunk or try to reach it with a stick. All these actions will greatly scare the bird and it will fly away.
At this point, you should have a cage with food and water with you. Parrots, especially budgies, eat a lot, so when you find a fugitive, he may already be hungry. The feeling of thirst comes even earlier than the feeling of hunger. Therefore, the sound of iridescent water, the appearance of a familiar cage and food can give the pet courage and he will begin to climb down the branches towards you.
If the tree is dotted with branches to the bottom, stand directly at the trunk so that the parrot can see you and call him, showing a cage with a sippy cup and feeders.
If the tree has branches only at the top, stand nearby, also in the field of view of the feathered one. Flying, of course, will be scary for him, but there is a chance that thirst and hunger will overcome fear, and the bird will fly to you. Call him affectionately, cheer up the pet approaching you, saying: “Well done”, “Clever girl”, “How brave you are”. Your approving gentle voice will have a calming effect on him.
Watch in this video the successful return of the flew away parrot home:
What if the parrot is not found
Unfortunately, it very often happens that the parrot flew away and the owners never find it. Of course, the bird, feeling hungry and thirsty, tries to find its home, but in an unfamiliar environment this is difficult to do. Therefore, birds often fly into other houses and balconies.
Place announcements about the missing pet around the area and offer the finder a reward. There are cases when this worked and the bird returned to the owner.
But there are also such cases when a parrot was lost forever, gaining a home from a new owner or dying.
Common reasons why a bird flies away
In most cases, the parrot flies away by pure chance, when the owner forgets to close the window or door, letting the pet fly around the room. The person does not even have time to react, so quickly the bird flies out into the street.
These nimble creatures can fly out the open door when you leave for work or let guests into the house. over, you may not immediately notice the disappearance of a pet.
You are lucky if the parrot flies into the entrance. so there are more chances to find it quickly and return home. It’s a completely different matter when a pet flies outside from a private house.
Often, fugitives themselves do not understand where they are flying and why. The problem is that they do not have the instinct for self-survival, unlike wild relatives. The world meets them rather unkindly: cold, hunger, attack of wild birds, dogs, cats. The bird is disoriented in an unfamiliar space, is in shock.
If you start a parrot, there is always a risk that it will fly out the window, even if it is in a cage. The door of the dwelling may not be closed properly and the bird will get out. Many birds are smart enough to get used to and open a not very reliable lock on their own. If you have a dog or cat at home, they can knock the cage to the floor and the bird will burst out. Therefore, keep windows closed or install sturdy mosquito nets on them.
There are cases when parrots fly away during transportation or by opening the cage door with its beak on the street.
What to do if the parrot flew away
If you see your pet nearby, do not scare him with sudden movements. Feeling your panic, the feathered can also panic and fly away.
Seeing how the budgerigar flies away, follow the trajectory of its flight. Most birds caught in an unfamiliar environment try to hide, perching on a nearby tree. Remember how the parrot behaved when it first entered your house after the purchase: confused and scared. The same emotions overwhelm him when he realizes that he is lost.
What if the parrot flew away unnoticed by you? You will have to act at random. In any case, most likely, the bird did not fly far and took refuge in the foliage of the nearest tall trees.
The frightened pet will hide and begin to look around, not showing signs of its presence. He is afraid to fly somewhere, to go down is even worse.
To get the missing fugitive back home, your task becomes to attract his attention. over, this must be done with the help of what is familiar to him: call the pet by name, turn on his favorite melody or record the partner’s chirping, if the parrots lived in a pair.
How to bring a parrot back home
If your parrot has flown away, the first thing to do is not to panic. Unfortunately, there are a lot of missing pets. There are several reasons for this. How to find, catch and return a fugitive home and how to prevent his loss in the future, we will talk today.
What to do to prevent pets from flying away
So that you never encounter a situation when a parrot disappears, as well as to facilitate its capture and return home, it is worth considering these recommendations:
- A pet that has appeared in your house should not be immediately released to fly around the room, it needs time to adapt, when the pet gets used to you, will readily take food from your hand and sit on it, you will not face the difficulty of driving the parrot into a cage after walking around room;
- When letting your pet fly around the room, always close the doors and windows, or equip strong mosquito nets on the window openings, however, make sure that your active pet does not pick them open and break out into the street;
- When leaving the house or letting guests in, close the room in which the bird is located so that it does not fly out through the open door, or lock it in a cage (aviary);
- Teach the parrot to execute the commands “stop” and “to me”. if the parrot flies away from you, such training will help bring it back;
- Truly make friends with the bird, love it, provide quality care and maximum attention so that it has full confidence in you, this can also help in the return of the pet.
To prevent the parrot from flying away, despite all your precautions, always be on the lookout. These are very smart birds, capable of taking advantage of the slightest mistake of their owners and breaking free, with which later, however, they do not know what to do.
It is about this that you watch the video, how parrots fly away from even the most responsible and accurate owners:
Parrots released from their cages often drown in water, beat against glass (mirror), get burned, and die from electric shock. They can be slammed by a door or trapped in a drawer. It happens that the owners, knocked down, are looking for their pet, and somewhere behind the closet there is a dead parrot. Cats and dogs attack defenseless birds, children literally strangle them in a fit of tenderness. Entangled in the curtains, the birds break their legs and beaks. which only happens to them.
A person is not always the reason for the circumstances under which the death of a parrot occurs. There are birds. leaders by nature, and there are cowardly, downtrodden. Snooty individuals attack weaker opponents, pecking them to death. In young females, the first clutch is not always successful: the egg can get stuck in the oviduct, the female dies due to compression of the organs.
What can a parrot die from?
Each owner expects a long, carefree life from his parrot. This bright bird is considered hardy and can live in captivity for more than a dozen years. But if something suddenly happened. a parrot suddenly died, the owner can only guess how it happened. Let’s talk about why tame birds die, how to recognize anxiety and whether it is possible to help a pet.
The frivolity of the owners and the curiosity of the feathered pet lead to dire consequences. the parrot dies after being poisoned.
What substances can make a veterinarian patient out of a cheerful parrot?
- Poisonous plants (ficus, dieffenbachia, fern, spurge);
- Wallpaper and furniture glue, polyurethane foam;
- Chemical cleaning agents;
- Teflon vapors (frying pan, iron, hair dryer);
- Household gas;
- Oil paint;
Having breathed in toxic fumes or swallowed poison, the bird gets a chemical burn of the esophagus. Fungi are hidden in poor-quality food, causing acute poisoning, from which fragile parrots quickly die.
Poor conditions of detention
Living in inappropriate conditions, as well as lack of proper care, lead to the fact that the parrot gets sick and dies later. A cell forgotten in the sun, an open window in winter, clutter and dirt is a sure way to frequent illnesses and weakening of the immune system. Poor-quality food also plays a role: it disrupts digestion, and decay products accumulate in the body. An apathetic attitude, an open beak, rolling eyes, a swollen goiter are just a few signs that the parrot is dying.
Why do parrots die
Decorative parrots are very susceptible to various diseases: infections, tumors, parasites. In addition, in birds living at home, most of the problems arise due to the fault of the owners. A person, seeing his pet prostrate and lifeless, may not immediately understand that the parrot is dying. Death can be caused by physical factors, emotional and genetic.
There are hidden diseases received by the chick from the parents. At first glance, everything is fine with the bird, but somewhere inside there is a developmental defect. Genetic predisposition is why parrots still die in their prime. The most expensive food, caring care and friendly company will not save the bird from death.
What to do if the parrot died
Having lost a pet, the owner is in frustrated feelings, he is confused and depressed. Your favorite parrot has died, what should you do first? Birds are carriers of infectious diseases, so you can’t grieve for a long time over a dead friend. If the cause of death is unknown, the body should be buried quickly and the cell should be carefully processed.
A rapidly occurring process without treatment is what parrots die from most often. The list of fatal diseases is quite large: these are cancerous tumors, viral infections, and feather damage. Endocrine and cardiovascular diseases are as common in parrots as in humans. Among veterinarians, narrow-profile ornithologists are a scarce profession, therefore diagnostics are not up to par. Without waiting for help, exotic birds die even in the most neglected cases.
Even a bird that looks healthy can die unexpectedly. A considerable percentage of mortality in parrots is occupied by cases associated with their emotional susceptibility. A weak heart cannot handle the stress of fear, moving, or deep sadness. The owners sometimes face such a situation: they bought and brought home a parrot, but he died. he could not bear the change of scenery. Lonely birds, not spoiled by the attention of the owner, are also at risk. Immersed in melancholy, the birds cannot occupy themselves, they stop eating, pluck out feathers and gradually fade away.
Parrot sneezes. what to do?
If a parrot’s sneeze is not episodic, it may be a symptom of a cold or a more serious illness. Any ailment of the bird requires decisive and quick action on the part of the owner.
The parrot’s body can fight the disease alone for some time, without the appearance of external signs of malaise, but as soon as the immunity “surrenders”, symptoms in the form of sneezing begin to appear, lethargy, lack of appetite may follow, a wet path can be seen around the parrot’s nostrils, a bird sometimes shakes his head, tries to clear the nasal passages with his claws, or rubs against surrounding objects. Puffiness around the nose and eye inflammation may occur.
It is important at the first signs of a bird’s illness you notice, urgently contact an ornithologist. This may be a stage in the progression of the infection, and the metabolic rate of the feathered in this case does not play into our hands.
What to do if a parrot sneezes. First of all, do not panic, but call an ornithologist or take your pet to an appointment. If you don’t have a bird specialist in your city, you need to contact specialists from other cities or look for them via the Internet. Video the parrot’s behavior, photograph the litter and describe in detail the age, species and conditions in which the bird lives.
There may be several reasons why a parrot sneezes:
- To clear the nasal passages of dust or seed husks, a parrot can sneeze several times;
- During moulting or after cleaning the feathers, the bird sneezes from its own fluff, feathers and dandruff. these are “dry” sneezes, without splashing from nasal secretions. There is nothing wrong with them, it happens;
- “Wet” frequent sneezing can be a harbinger of illness. During a walk, when a parrot sits on your shoulder, sneezes and irrigates you with fine sprays. this indicates irritation of his nasal passages. But, if this does not happen often, do not worry.
Causes of “wet” sneezes:
- Allergies (dandruff, smoke, dust, fumes in the kitchen or from cleaning products, poor hygiene conditions, poor quality fruits and grain feed. It can also be too dry air, irritating the nasal mucous membranes, which become very sensitive, which leads to the occurrence of infections) ;
- Bacterial, viral, fungal infections;
- Vitamin A deficiency (responsible for the normal development of the mucous membranes, primarily the respiratory system);
- Colds (respiratory diseases);
- Foreign body;
Cold symptoms: sneezing, mucous nasal discharge, lethargy, apathy, loss of appetite, heavy breathing, increased body temperature of the bird. Also, a wavy parrot, ruffled, hides its head under its wing, does not sleep on one leg, its droppings become liquid.
If this is true, then having relocated the parrot from other birds (if any), you need to carry out a number of wellness procedures:
- Place the cage in a quiet and peaceful place;
- You need to drink chamomile infusion (change the water every 2 hours), also give honey dissolved in warm water (source of energy for poultry);
- In the absence of appetite, you need to force feed the bird with a syringe with a mixture for feeding chicks;
- The bird is heated under a conventional 40-60W incandescent lamp (or infrared). Sketch fabric over half of the cage to create shadow. If the bird, having warmed up, begins to breathe heavily, the procedure must be stopped and later carried out at a certain time interval;
- Inhalation. Place a bowl of hot water under the cage, after dropping a few drops of eucalyptus or tea tree essential oil (5 drops for 250g of water). The cage must be covered with a cloth along with the “inhaler”. Make sure the steam is not hot. The duration of the procedure is 10-15 minutes, the frequency is up to 2 times a day.
A more detailed and serious treatment is prescribed by an ornithologist. The bird may need a course of antibiotics. If this happens, then you will need drugs to restore the microflora of the bird’s gastrointestinal tract. Against the background of a weakened body, probiotics (Vetom1.1, Linex) will support immunity.
For any ailments of the bird, the owner needs to provide first aid to the parrot and contact the ornithologist. Only a qualified doctor will be able to make the correct diagnosis and prescribe treatment for your bird. One should not wait for “it to pass by itself.” In the case of parrots, this does not happen.
Be attentive to your pet, because its health, first of all, depends on the lifestyle, which is determined by you. its owner.
Stress and loneliness
They are fearful, easily losing their balance, painfully reacting to sudden movements and loud unexpected sounds of creation. There are many cases when budgies died from heart rupture, having experienced severe fright.
In addition, they are extremely social, need communication, and react very sharply to loneliness, change of environment, owner, death of a partner, the appearance of a new person in the family or a pet. Stress is one of the common reasons why parrots often scratch and pluck their feathers. Managing stress for these little birds is incredibly difficult. A frightened parrot may never become tame and may react in panic to any of your actions. Therefore, it is best to secure him in advance from experiences:
- Adhere to the recommendations for adapting a parrot if it has recently entered your home;
- To properly care for and educate him;
- Regularly release the wings from the cage (free flights, even within the room, have a good effect on the mental and physical health of the bird);
- Carefully protect it from the encroachment of other pets and the inept treatment of small children; pay a lot of attention, play and communicate.
Most parrots (not only wavy, but also larger ones: cockatiels, gray, macaws) react to loneliness by self-plucking. They scratch with their paws and beak and pull out feathers. Not all pets can wean off this habit later.
Some birds begin to scratch themselves out of boredom, entertaining themselves in this way. By similar behavior, they signal the absence of toys and entertainment. Be sure to equip the bird with a cage with rings or ladders, swings and any toys that will interest him.
Lighting plays a big role in the life of birds. Properly organized lighting will ensure the physical and mental health of the parrot.
Ultraviolet light promotes the production of vitamin D in the body, which is necessary for the growth of the skeletal system and feathers. With a deficiency of nutrients, the bird constantly itches and loses feathers.
Many owners believe that the light from the window is sufficient for the parrot. However, ultraviolet rays do not penetrate through the glass, therefore it is necessary to attend to additional lighting: in the summer open the windows so that the ultraviolet light penetrates the room, in the winter turn on the pet special lamps.
In addition, a clear daylight regime is the key to the mental health of a pet. With a lack of sleep, birds get sick. Read more about how and how much parrots sleep in the article.
The neat budgerigar itches for beauty:
- Grinds and cleans the beak from keratinized particles, rubbing it against various hard surfaces (branches, mineral stone, cuttlefish shell);
- Preening plumage by shaking, scratching and smoothing feathers;
- She bathes in a bath, often uses open drinkers that are not quite intended for this for water procedures.
Parrots scratch their heads on perches when they cannot reach an itchy place with their paws. And they also like to polish their fellows, scratching and stroking their feathers. this is a kind of care for each other.
In birds, there are often inflammatory processes on the skin. dermatitis. The cause is a weakened immune system. Dermatitis is a non-communicable disease, accompanied by rather unpleasant sensations.
The disease affects the budgerigars’ toes, cloaca, and inner wing regions. The skin becomes inflamed, swollen, constantly itchy, the parrot often itches and behaves restlessly.
What to do in this case: improve the diet, be sure to feed the pet with vitamin complexes, use homeopathic medicines prescribed by the doctor.
It is one thing when a parrot scratches itself from time to time and quite another when it itches constantly, while also starting to pluck feathers. This may indicate a serious illness. In addition to itching, the pet is worried about other symptoms:
- Peeling, growths, various formations appear on the beak and skin;
- The feathers look brittle, “torn”, at the base of the feathers you can see drops of blood;
- The bird is irritable, restless;
- Refuses food.
From this video you will learn in which cases frequent pet scratching is the norm, and in which cases it is already a problem:
Often budgies itch due to external parasites:
There are three types of ticks:
- Scabies. found in the upper skin;
- Quiet. in feather rods;
- Tracheal. in the respiratory system.
Downy eaters are often called bird lice, they move through the body of the bird, irritating the skin. The feathered one begins to itch, trying to get rid of parasites with its paws and beak. The disease is accompanied by loss of appetite, poor sleep, nervousness, parrot aggressiveness and feather loss.
At home, the presence of parasites (fleas, ticks) can be detected quite simply: just cover the bottom of the cage with clean white paper. After a while, dark particles will appear on it, which indicate infection with parasites.
It is rather difficult to get rid of pests, especially since relapses often occur. However, if you start treatment on time, positive results will not take long.
Parrots are susceptible not only to improper care, infection and disease, but also to the emotional microclimate in which they live.
One of the causes of itching in parrots is low indoor humidity. This phenomenon often occurs during the heating season. heating devices dry the air excessively. It is important to keep the humidity at 60-70%. From too dry air, the skin and mucous membranes of the budgerigar dry out, it begins to itch, feathers fall out. You can notice that the pet itches due to dry air by its behavior: it drinks a lot of water and tries to swim in wet greenery, which you put in its feeder.
To increase and maintain humidity, you can install special air humidifiers or hang wet towels near the cage with a parrot. It will also be good to spray the bird with water from a spray bottle or install a bath where it will bathe itself.
Why the budgerigar itches and what to do about it
If the parrot itches, it can indicate a natural need for daily hygiene, as well as pleasant and relaxing sensations. However, sometimes severe itching can be the result of serious eating disorders and conditions of detention. Dangerous diseases of budgerigars are also often the cause of constant itching and plucking of feathers. What to do and how to treat this condition, you will learn in this article.
How to act if a parrot is found?
If the parrot flew away, but is in your field of vision, or you were able to find it sitting high on the branches of a tree, then the most important thing now is to try to return it to the house. In no case do not pull unfamiliar objects towards it, do not try to jump higher. So you will only scare him away, and everything will have to be done again.
If your parrot is found and you have no food with you, ask someone on the phone to bring a cage with food and water. All this must be placed at the base of the tree and called to him. As a rule, birds are thirsty very quickly, so the sound of pouring water can attract him.
Let your pet carefully go down the branches for water or food, do not rush him. You can repeat his name and say: “Well done”, “Clever girl”, “Brave”. Your tone of approval will calm him down even more. So he can be lured back into the cage.
If the parrot flew away and was never found, do not despair! It often happens that a bird, exhausted by hunger, thirst and cold, searches for its home and flies into the neighboring windows and balconies of the nearest houses. Therefore, you can make a missing announcement with a reward.
There is a small chance that your feathered friend will. Keep your hands on, keep putting food and drink on the windowsill, and play a familiar melody from time to time.
All of these measures, however, will not necessarily help bring your parrot home. Unfortunately, if the parrot flew away, then the probability of returning it home is not very high. Sometimes the bird is not found at all, it may die or be washed to another house.
What if the parrot is on the run?
As we described earlier, there may be several options for when the budgerigar flew away. If you saw how your wavy friend fluttered out the door or out the window, then try to immediately pull yourself together and follow him.
What not to do:
- To panic;
- Catch up with a parrot;
- Try to grab it with your hands if it flew into the stairwell.
As a rule, at first the bird will be in a state of mild shock itself, so there is no point in catching up with it. She moves instinctively and is easily frightened off, even if she sits on branches. Most likely, at some point, the parrot will sit on the branches of the nearest trees and try to hide in the foliage and orient itself.
Don’t be discouraged if your first attempts don’t succeed. In order to find him, you need to call him affectionately by name, calmly and confidently. Perhaps he can be attracted by some favorite melody, or there are other birds in the house with whom he made friends.
Play your favorite music to get the bird’s attention. The melody can be in the phone, and you can turn it on anywhere. The only thing that does not need to be done is to make loud and harsh sounds, claps, and also twist this melody continuously.
As a rule, there is only one way of escape for a feathered friend. he flew away through an open window or door. Parrots are very agile and can fly out unnoticed when you leave home for work.
Upon returning home, you will see an empty cage, but it will be almost impossible to bring the bird back.
Situations often happen when you open the door for guests, and your pet flies out the doorway to the stairwell. This is a more optimistic situation as it is much easier to catch a frightened fugitive in a confined space.
Cases when a parrot flies into an open space are mostly hopeless, since instincts drive a bird that flies out into the wild. However, the captive-born budgerigar has no skills in the wild, so a sad and short fate awaits him.
A good solid cage with strong rods and a lock on the door will protect your pet from such a fate. Also, it is important from childhood to accustom to the hands and to the name, so that the parrot is not afraid of people and willingly makes contact in such a situation.
Did the parrot fly away? Do not rush to give up!
For many budgerigar owners, a very relevant topic is the situation when a feathered friend flew away. There are a lot of such cases, as well as the reasons why they “flee”.
How can you find the bird in this case and return it home? How to prevent these situations?
How to prevent a parrot from escaping?
To reduce the likelihood of such an unpleasant outcome, you can take care of the safety of the bird in advance.
Here are some guidelines:
- While the parrot is flying, be sure to close the windows and doors;
- Install mosquito nets on the windows, but remember that parrots have a rather powerful and sharp beak with which they can break it;
- Pay attention to your pet, make friends with him. So, the bird will trust you more and it will be easier to catch it if it flies away;
- Do not let your pet out of the cage until he gets used to your hands and is not afraid to eat from them;
- Teach the parrot the commands “come to me” and “stop”, this will help you cope with the problem if the parrot flew away.
Budgerigars are very curious birds and very easily get used to people.
They have a fairly high intelligence, and also have excellent vocal abilities. Observing these simple rules, your bird will delight you with its attention for a long time!
If a fugitive is discovered
And here he is this moment. you see how your pet sits high on a tree and trembles. Calm down, call your loved ones, who quickly brought you a cage and a feeder with food.
You should not start to climb after the parrot and hold out various objects to him, this will not help.
Try to lure him in with the sound of iridescent water, as he is most likely thirsty.
There is a high probability that he will descend to you along the branches, or even arrive.
Why did the parrot fly away?
In fact, these situations are caused not at all by the desire of the parrot to run away from you, but by your inattention.
One has only to step back into the kitchen for a few moments, leaving the door or window open, as the feathered in the same second will feel like great explorers and fly there.
After all, you remember that parrots are extremely curious and freedom-loving birds, and that is why it is so hard for them to resist and not fly into the unknown.
If the open door leads to the entrance, then you are lucky and it will not be difficult to catch the fugitive.
But if he flew out the window, or you live in a private house, then the situation is complicated to the limit. It becomes especially creepy if there is winter outside the window and snow, which the bird has never seen.
Once in such conditions, he can experience severe stress, and it is almost impossible to predict his further behavior.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to explain to the bird in advance that nothing good awaits him outside the house.
Therefore, every effort must be made so that such a situation never arises.
The first thing to do is take care of the windows.
In the summer, mosquito nets should be installed, especially in those rooms where the parrot is in free flight.
In winter, of course, the windows should be closed, although, most likely, this will be the case.
Parrot flew away: how to find?
If the trouble did happen, then your actions will depend on whether you saw the moment of flight, or not.
Although in any case, first of all, you need to calm down and keep your mind cold.
Do not raise a cry and do not try to chase the parrot, otherwise you will scare him to such an extent that he will fly too far.
Draw the trajectory of his movement in your head and at least approximately understand where he could fly.
Most likely, there will be trees around, in the crown of which the parrot hid.
But even if they are not nearby, then you need to understand the direction of flight of the bird as accurately as possible.
If you returned to the room when the parrot has already flown away, you will have to turn on intuition, put yourself in the pet’s place, wondering where it could fly.
How would you behave in such a situation, having spent your whole life in one place, and then finding yourself in a huge and completely unexplored space?
That’s right, you would find yourself a secluded place and hide, try to study the situation. this is exactly what the bird will most likely do.
Most likely, he will not even respond to your calls back for a while, he will be so scared.
To distract the parrot and direct his thoughts in the right direction, that is, in the direction of returning home, you should focus his attention on some familiar thing.
Maybe he has a cellmate with whom they were very friendly, or he is attracted by some kind of sound?
What to do if a parrot flew away and how to catch it
Be prepared for the fact that as soon as you bring a new feathered tenant into your house, your life will change dramatically.
It will be filled with a kaleidoscope of new and unusual events, among which there will be many good and happy moments, but there will also be sad ones.
The good ones include all the love and devotion that the parrot will give you, but the bad ones. everything related to the health problems of your pet.
After reviewing the articles on our website, you might think that you are ready for anything. But we hasten to assure you. this is not at all true.
Imagine that you entered a room from which your parrot’s chirping was just heard, but now it is no longer in it, and only the open window tells you where it went.
As practice shows, this is a fairly common situation and you need to be prepared for it.
In this article we will try to find out the reasons that could have pushed the bird to escape, and also figure out how to avoid this.
Also, here you can find some guidelines to help you get it back.
Parrot flew away: how to catch?
You can turn on his favorite music, or the sounds that parrots make. Try to make them sound more natural with pauses.
If there are other birds in the room, place the cage with them on the windowsill, or take its feeder closer to the place of escape.
If you have not seen where the bird flew away, take a walk down the street and try to call him out loud.
If searching is in vain
In this situation, too, do not lose heart. First of all, post in the area of the announcement of the loss of the feathered, promise the finder a reward.
Chances are that the parrot will fly through the wrong window and another person will be able to take it to you.
Continue to lure the feathered creature with familiar sounds and food.
And of course, you need to be prepared for the fact that you won’t be able to find a bird. It’s certainly very sad, but life won’t end there.
As we wrote above, do not leave the parrot indoors with open windows and doors.
In summer, be sure to install mosquito nets, although there are situations when extremely curious birds overcame even this obstacle.