The Parrot Whisperer Can Fix Your Bird Woes



most people think that owning a parrot is a walk in the park but the truth is they are very very complex creatures in every way and they're long-lived they can be noisy that can be destructive they have special needs they challenge you can you say broke like a dog for me please people buy them sometimes for the wrong reasons where they buy on impulse and when there's a problem they call me my name is Glenn Sereno and I've been working with birds professionally for 20 years New York City has always been my backyard I had parakeets growing up as a kid and I was fascinated everything about them appealed to me eventually I started to research parrots read everything I could get my hands on spoke to other bird owners went to bird Club meetings and even took a job at a bird store that opened up a lot of doors for me people started calling me Glenn I'm having a problem can you help me I thought I had a male parrot but after 20 years of just laid an egg hello you name it and the call started coming in people started flocking to me I can use that term one thing led to another and eventually I became the go-to guy and it developed into a business on a day to day basis I provide a variety of services under there whenever they need me basically 24/7 every day is something new every day as a challenge each bird has a different behavior they're like people they have likes dislikes they have special needs in the way of diet lighting environment the larger species can live a human lifespan owning a bird is literally like having a five-year-old child that never grows up if you can imagine that bird owners often have problems with aggression health issues plucking egg-laying issues mimicking sounds that become incessant I have one client who was feeding her bird waffles with maple syrup and pasta with vodka sauce so we had to change his diet and we have to change it fast every situation presents a challenge my role is to try to help them through all of that if you understand how a bird thinks if you understand what a bird is telling you in the way the pupils dilate the way they fan their tails you can figure out what they're trying to tell you I can tell if they're being cautious at first and I approach them very gently again I speak their language and I don't think there's anyone else who really does what I do I believe that I I do have a unique role in the bird world I feel the work that I do was very rewarding to me I love birds I help clients solve problems and when they call me up and tell me that everything is great that I really help them it makes me feel like I'm really making a difference in the world and and I love a happy ending and nothing makes me feel better than knowing that I did a good deed you you

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

  1. People shouldn't be able to keep parrots as pets, full stop. They are, as Glenn Sorino said, extremely complex, highly intelligent, long-lived creatures. Most people are unable to comprehend their needs or provide for them adequately.

  2. I would love to have a parrot, or a Macaw, but i cant stand loud noises, so ill have a dove, the purring and cooing makes me go πŸ’›πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ˜πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜

  3. I have a problem my cockatiel has a horrible skin condition that causes her to make her ears clogged with something that looks like dead skin mixed with earwax and it also is on her cheeks and the area around her beak. Please help I’m very worried

  4. About a year ago I decided I was dead set on getting a large bird. So cute and smart BUT THEN!!! I watched video after video of bird owners and I learned how stupid of me it would be because my personality could not handle it. I am glad I listened to bird owners. I’m a pro dog and cat owner. Not birds lol

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