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Coho Parrot Cockatoo Jacksonville, FL
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Male cockatoos are generally boisterous, loud, high energy, and unpredictable. They need homes committed to understanding behavior (flock behavior, positive reinforcement, never try to snuggle, the ability to keep them BUSY, etc)?
Cockatoos usually do best in a home with other birds (cockatoos preferably), so they don’t depend completely on people, and become dysfunctionally attached to you. This is what leads to some problems (screaming, latching on and biting hard, etc).
So, if you are obsessed with positive reinforcement training, enrichment, are high energy, want more than one bird, and are up for a challenge - male cockatoos are for you!
Interested in learning more about Coho?
The best way to learn more about him is to complete our parrot match application, found under the "Adoption" tab on our website, www.phoenixlanding.org and send it in so you will be connected with the adoption coordinator for your area. Attending one of our core parrot care classes is also required in order to adopt a parrot. A list of them may be found at https://www.phoenixlanding.org/events.html. Those classes that count as part of the adoption process are noted with an icon beside their title.
Phoenix Landing offers educational classes and facilitates parrot adoptions in Maryland, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, and northern Florida. Phoenix Landing does not ship birds.
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