This video is all about how to pet a bird that is fearful of hands. I have included some tips that will hopefully help you out.
Keep in mind that some birds will never want to be touched and will always be fearful of hands. Never force your bird to do anything it does not want, this will make your bird more fearful of you or aggressive towards you.

Ricco being extra cute before bedtime πŸ₯°πŸ‘‰https://youtu.be/bMKwxJ2g7wA

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    24 replies to "How to Pet a Bird that Fears Hands"

    • @Riccothegreenpiedirn

      Cute Footsie kisses and tickles πŸ₯°πŸ‘‰https://youtu.be/eSEmykCJQ_Y

    • @topandrexa9445

      My bird always declines the peting

    • @trinabhmall

      My parrot is fearful of hands it runs away when I try hand feeding it.what do I do?

    • @omaryaich3326

      I’ve got 2 IRN months ago and I managed to get one of them to stand on my hand only once, I though that this is not normal and they won’t love me because every video I watch says it takes from a week to a month to tame your parrot, I have more hope after watching this video, thank you so much

    • @VirginiaRivard-on4te

      I have two pet budgies named Daxter and Veger, and one likes being held. It took a little bit for one of my birds to get used to me.❀❀
      I could show Ricco's videos to my babies! They would love it!β€πŸ’—πŸ’•

    • @EdgyIdiot

      My cockatiel gets treats a lot but still screams at fingers or hands and when you put your hand in his cage he starts screaming. You have to move like a snail … well he also opens his beak..

      I don’t know I’m new to this because this is my first time having a bird.. I mean I love birds but like damn

      He is like 6 months old and I’ve only had him a few weeks now which was like uhh since the ..15th

    • @Simply_beautiful_

      In the case of my Oreo, She was very friendly. Suddenly she changes her behaviour, she started to scare of my hands… She doesn’t want to go to cage.. before it was not like that..she is almost 3 months old . From last days she is very scared of me.. How can I change her?She is come to my head and shoulder . And she is taking food from my hand…

    • @sweetgirl8810

      So cute 😘

    • @rescue1046

      Lots of Tickle Tickle and Cuddle Cuddle to Ricco…!!! 🦜❀❀❀πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

    • @CR-qz1mt

      Thank You for this educational video.

    • @nrp5791

      Thanks for this information. I have a new Jenday Conure whom is less than a year old born 04/2022. I've had a Sun Conure since 05/2005. Can't recall how I got him over the fear of hands.

    • @WormHome

      My Indian ringneck isn’t a huge fan of unsolicited scritches, but the treats were big for touch conditioning. I made him touch me with his face before he got to take the treat.

    • @where_is_jana

      Rico is too cute! Thank you for another great video.

    • @kanchimishra5452

      Thank u for tell us I will try

    • @cherriemay528

      My first hand feeding training was a success 😊

    • @MarjolasAnimals

      Thank you I will try this my Indian ringneck he hates my hands

    • @VoroninBirds

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    • @MilosAdventure

      One of my tricks has been holding something they are close to in my hand and then petting them with it. For Milo it was a toy or my phone, eventually I would sneak a finger in there, and overtime he got comfortable with my hand.

    • @Bretleir

      Cuddleful creature. πŸ’πŸ₯°πŸ’–

    • @Bretleir

      Cute baby Ringneck Paarote. πŸ’–

    • @darlene2483

      This is such good information for your bird ! Guess like people, they like certain ways too , really Good and for Ricco ❀️Bye and Love you πŸ’•πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘βœ¨πŸ‘‹

    • @skittlesrainbowprincess

      Thanks for the video. Many IRN don't prefer lots of touch so it's good information. With my macaw (and previously with my Indian ringneck) I would have the kids put their arms on the table and have a treat on the other side of their arm so bird must climb over them. Then in their hand… Then touch… All with rewards and respect of their boundaries. My macaw now is quite use to hands and will fly to any of the family members hands

    • @janmartinek3013

      Taky chi pohladit πŸ€—

    • @thinkinuturn4834

      Of course you are an expert for "Tickle, tickle" 🀣🀣. However many bird owners I see on youtube could use more rest in contact with their birds. Sometimes its just better to let the bird have its will. One thing I even experience with my wild birds is, that one hasty move destroys the magic in any closer contact. The bird will feel threatened then. (IΒ΄m already happy with 1m distance πŸ˜πŸ’š)

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