For the past few months, I had received dozens of emails expressing their concern for Kiki the lovebird and also Kermit the Senegal Parrot. I hereby express my gratitude to all your support for Kiki, Kermit and the blog.
I believed many of you had been looking forward to see Kermit in action with his new trick.
And, here it is…
The third portion of the refresher course that I had worked with Kermit, involving him to perform the basic trick: “Waving Hello” with his right foot upon vocal cues.
Kermit was able to wave with his right foot upon my vocal cues, his performance for the day was excellent. Like the earlier session, Kermit surprised me with his vocal talents. He said out his name again at the 0:11 seconds.
Here’s another refresher course for Kermit on the basic tricks that he had learned before.
It’s a rather simple “Handshaking” trick performed upon vocal cue.
After months of busy hectic project schedules and overcoming the difficult period of the lost of Kiki, Kermit and I are certain we have to take the step to our future and working on our brand new phase in life.
After a long break, I decided to work with Kermit on the basic tricks that he had learned. Apparently he has never forgotten any of them and his performance has been top notch. Below was the video of Kermit performing the “Turn-a-Round” upon vocal cue.
Surprisingly, Kermit said aloud his name at the 0:34 seconds!
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:
After 2 weeks of training, with a 5 minutes short training session daily, I managed to get Kermit to perform the Basketball Trick. I’m really glad that Kermit finally made it, despite he took a long while to understand and meeting the objective.
I’ve edited a short clip of the performance and uploaded to YouTube, hope everyone will enjoy the video:
I’m back again to share with everyone a new trick from Kermit. I’m proud to present to everyone Kermit’s very own Somersault Trick.
As Senegal Parrots are very acrobatic by nature, thus the trick shouldn’t post much difficulty to these african queens. Kermit learned the trick almost instantly.
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Finally got to showcase Kermit, my Senegal Parrot’s first prop trick, the Kermit’s Retrieval Trick. Compared to Kiki, Kermit took a longer time to understand and master the trick, but he didn’t disappoint me in the end.