Talking parrots are able to imitate andimitate the sounds of human speech. Many believe that this is a conscious communication, but, unfortunately, the mental abilities of birds are limited. Buying a feathered pet, it is rather difficult to determine which individual will display a greater talent for the reproduction of human speech. Parrots are referred to as "mockingbirds", because many of them quickly learn to repeat the words and even the intonation with which they were uttered.

In some individuals, talent manifests itself especiallybright, they are easily trained to copy entire phrases. If you are interested in talking parrots, you decided to purchase one representative of this group, in order to further teach him to speak, you need to know the breeds that are more amenable to learning.

One of the most capable and most accuratecopying and transmitting human speech have always been considered the birds of Jaco. Some individuals accurately convey not only timbre, but also intonation, that it is possible to recognize male and female voices. Nevertheless, even among this breed there are birds absolutely incapable of reproducing the human voice. You can spend more than one year, but they will not be able to talk with all your efforts.

Talking parrots are so talented thattransmit not only voices, but also imitate a vacuum cleaner, laughter, coughing and a host of other sounds. One can never predict what one can hear from such a pet.

Some species of red-tailed parrots and many Amazons can learn to speak at a fairly decent level, but the correspondence to the voice will be inaccurate, and it will be clear that speech does not belong to a person.

Excellent simulators are also cockatoo, butvery capable birds are extremely rare. Talking parrots among the macaws are also quite rare. Ara does not reproduce sounds clearly, his voice is more like croaking.

The ability of the bird does not depend on the sexualaccessories, however at wavy parrots males are more talkative than females. An interesting feature is that females are harder to train, but their speech is much clearer.

Home parrots are much easier to learn, ifthey are kept in a favorable atmosphere, they feel comfortable, get caress, care, care, enough communication and trust their master. A very important factor, which will largely depend on the talkative nature of the pet, is his age. Young parrots aged 35-45 days can learn many times faster and easier than those with which they begin to engage at the age of 3-4 months.

In order for parrots to show theirability, they need the first 2-3 months of staying in your house to keep separate from other birds, if any. A cage with a pet should be in a crowded place, where he will hear constantly human speech. As soon as your parrot starts to trust you, he will sit down on your shoulder, take food from your hands, his conversation training will happen much faster.

Wait for the time when the bird settles on yourshoulder. This is the most appropriate time to start learning. In order for a parrot (speaking in the future) to understand you better, it is necessary to communicate with him in a quiet and calm voice, repeating the words several times. The most convenient time for training birds is morning and evening. The reaction of the parrot to your words should be manifested in his attention. If he listens to you, slowly tearing and closing his eyes, then there is a chance that time will not be lost in vain.

Parrot the speaker is faster trained ifwith him are women and children. This is facilitated by their higher and clearer voices, unlike men's voices. In addition to the ability of the bird itself to speak, it is necessary that her teacher has great patience and love her, regardless of the presence of talent.