It’s been quite awhile, I haven’t been updating progress of Kermit, my Senegal Parrot. Many readers had shown concern about Kermit and wanted to know how he’s doing now. He is doing perfectly fine, just that I have been busy over work and some household issues, thus can’t bring the latest updates of Kermit on time.
For the past few days, I have been trying very hard to shape Kermit to perform a new trick. I will say it’s not a new trick shown in Bryan’s Angels, as you might have already seen Kiki, my missing lovebird performing the trick months back.
Here is the video that I captured at home during Public Holiday:
I must admit that Kermit did take quite abit of time to master and understand the whole trick, at least he managed to learn everything within 5 days (not too long and not too short in comparison to Kiki’s learning abilities, I guess). Anyway I really enjoyed the training session with Kermit.
By the way, do you notice what Kermit did at the 10sec of the video? He did a hop! Many don’t believe that Kermit can hop like a Caique or Lories and Lorikeets. Yeah he do know how to hop, and he can hop on verbal cue too. It’s a behavior that I shaped it unknowingly. Probably the next video will be featuring Kermit doing hops on cue.
Kikiâ€™s Cups Stacking Trick
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