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parrot feeding

How to feed parrot


Parrots are intelligent and social creatures that need to be fed properly in order to live healthy lives. With some patience, you can easily learn how to feed a parrot by following a few simple tips.

Use a chopstick or other wooden object to poke the food through the bars.

If you are using a chopstick or another wooden object, be sure to give them a treat whenever they do something good.

Drop some food on the floor so that your bird can feed itself.

Feeding your bird on the floor is a great way for it to interact with you and learn how to eat independently, but there are some things you should keep in mind when doing this.

  • Make sure to clean up any messes that may happen. A food-stuffed parrot is going to be messy and sticky!
  • Make sure the area is safe for your parrot: no electrical wires or sharp objects on the floor will do him in!
  • Make sure it’s safe for you: If he gets too excited, he could knock off any items nearby that might come crashing down on top of you both!

Toss the food up in the air for your bird to catch, but be careful about where you’re standing and what else is in the room.

You can also toss the food up in the air for your bird to catch, but be careful about where you’re standing and what else is in the room. It’s easy to get distracted by what else is going on around you and forget that there are small pieces of food flying through the air at a rapid speed. If one of these fragments hits another person or pet, it could cause a serious injury, so always keep an eye out for where they are landing so you know where not to be standing.

You should also make sure that whatever kind of bird feeder you buy does not have small pieces that could get stuck in its throat or beak when it eats. Some parrots eat whole seeds like sunflower seeds or nuts, but others prefer smaller pieces like pellets made from cornmeal with added vitamins and minerals added back into them (which may cost more). Whatever kind of food your pet prefers though will depend on its species: some birds do better when their entire diet consists of pure seed while others prefer mixtures with fruits such as applesauce added into them regularly so that they receive fiber along with their regular meals instead just eating straight up carbohydrates every day without any dietary fiber options available during those times where no fruit was readily available locally near their breeding grounds area (wherever those might happen).

Use a lollipop stick to poke holes through fruits and vegetables.

Once you’ve cut the fruits and vegetables into pieces, use a lollipop stick to make holes through them. A lollipop stick is a long, thin stick that can help make it easier for your parrot to eat fruits and vegetables. You can also poke holes through bread or crackers, cheese, cheddar cheese sticks and more!

Make sure you try to give them a treat whenever they do something good.

Reward your parrot with a treat whenever they do something good. Make sure you have a few treats in their cage at all times, but don’t give them too many. Too many treats can lead to obesity and other health problems.

Make sure the treats are healthy! Don’t feed them chocolate or anything else that’s bad for them.

Talk with your bird while you feed it.

  • Talk with your bird while you are feeding it.
  • Tell your bird what you are doing, such as “I’m giving you a seed.”
  • Tell the bird its name and then say, “It’s John” or whatever its name is.
  • Tell the bird that it’s food time and say something like, “You’re getting some seeds today.”
  • Talk about where you are in relation to them (e.g., “We’re sitting on the table”) or what room they’re located in (e.g., “This is the kitchen”).
  • If it’s raining outside or snowing outside or sunny outside—whatever condition! Just talk about it!

Try offering your parrot a new food item at least once a week

  • Try offering your parrot a new food item at least once a week.
  • If you only feed your parrot the same foods, their diet will become very boring and their health may suffer. Parrots need to eat different foods in order to get all of the nutrients they need.
  • Try adding something new to your bird’s diet at least once per week so that they will be more likely to eat it and enjoy it!


Now that you know how to feed your parrot, you can go forward with confidence and start a great new relationship. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below!

Disease and Controlsigns of disease

Inactivity • Close eyes most of the time • Fluff feathers • Wings hanging down • Low on the perch • Stop talking or making noises • No eating/breathing sounds • Frequent sneezing • nasal discharge • Tail wagging/neck drooping by holding the beak.• Be familiar with the signs of dehydration (dehydration, sunken eyes, cold feet, and skin next to toes) and see a doctor immediately when a bird shows signs. (There’s a cure that’s posted on other communities, but it’s not being trusted to feed them orange juice.)