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Funny Money! – Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot

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Einstein likes words that rhyme, and found a new exit route! Einstein Parrot is very talkative African Grey Parrot! He lives with us in our home in Texas and was …

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33 thoughts on “Funny Money! – Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot

  1. einstein will you please ask human flock to let me know what kind of taps you have i think there lovely are they a victorian style i have a passion for taps and clocks and you lol xxx

  2. i know it's not the same Einstein parrot that was on tv, but your parrot is just as awesome, so cute <3 and talkative 🙂 !!! i have an african grey too 😀 his name is Amigo and still a baby, he can say his own name and says " watcha doin' " 🙂 hehe this human loves your videos Eintein 🙂

  3. Just FYI guys the average African grey can live as long as we can… upto 80 years of age & are great pets to own, i have one "tobi" & he's been with me for round about 25 years now & still going strong. He swears like a trooper these days but thats only cause he hears me swearing whilst playing games… He's favourite words these days are "fuck you noob". When i mess a bit of water or food in his cage, it the first thing he tells me! Awesome birds to own!

  4. @theslinx They maintain the ability to speak all their life and will imitate what ever is in their environment and what they find interesting enough to mimic. Thanks for you nice comment. So glad you enjoy Einstein!

  5. @4zebird oh ok, thanks for the info. I do have a lot of patience but maybe not enough time, I have plenty of time in the winter but in the summer, I work 16+ hours a day. But you obviously did a good job to train him, good job on that! Btw if you "stop" to train him after 14 years, will he loose his ability to speak/talk or he will keep those skills all his life?

  6. @BLAYDANCER Purchased 14 years ago, so the price has changed a lot since then. More important than price, is the amount of time & patience you have to spend with a parrot. They require wholesome healthy foods, regular (& expensive) vet visits, large cage, play perch, & toys that get destroyed.) Training NEVER ENDS, because they are a wild animal at our core. They LOVE to be with our human companions and when we get put in a cage all day, we get very lonely and we develop behavior problems.

  7. @theslinx Purchased 14 years ago, so the price has changed a lot since then. More important than price, is the amount of time & patience you have to spend with a parrot. They require wholesome healthy foods, regular (& expensive) vet visits, large cage, play perch, & toys that get destroyed.) Training NEVER ENDS, because they are a wild animal at our core. They LOVE to be with our human companions and when we get put in a cage all day, we get very lonely and we develop behavior problems.

  8. @4zebird Hi! i was wondering if you had any tips for me on how to get my 17 year old cockatoo to start saying some more words. He is very well at speaking i would just like to know how to get him to speak a bit more?

  9. It's it strange how the older females just love caves .. I have a Amazon who loves getting under the covers with me. I could however use some advise we just adopted a 2 year Female Congo she's had a pretty hard first 2 years and my Daisy a 6 year old Female Yellow Crown isn't quit taking to her now after about 6 months.

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