Most birds are motivated to perform for fruits. Grapes and berries are favorites, but birds also love melons, papaya, mango and bananas. Fresh fruits are great snacks, but you may prefer dried fruits chopped into tiny pieces for training. Make sure to use bird safe dried fruits like those found in Goldenfeast Tropical Fruit Pudding. Place a few chunks in your food processor to chop them up for quick administration during training sessions.
Veggies are nutritious and most birds love them. They deliver important vitamins and nutrients to boost your bird’s immune system. Deliver crispy dried veggies fast for training purposes by offering your bird Goldenfeast Veggie Crisp Delite. These crispy vegetables can be cracked in a manner similar to cracking potato chips. Just put them in a zip lock bag and smash it!
Bird’s love pasta, cooked or not! Macaroni noodles can be a great motivator. Determine whether your bird loves the cooked or uncooked version and serve it up.
4. Cereal / Grains
Whole grains and whole grain cereals can provoke a bird’s into a frenzy. You’ve heard stories of how flocks of wild parrots demolish entire fields of grain. Grains are tasty and a great source of vital protein beneficial carbohydrates. Try using granola, unsweetened cereals or even fresh grains like quinoa for bird training.
Birds go nuts for nuts (sorry!) They have great nutritional value but should be served sparingly so you don’t induce obesity. That’s why they make great bird training treats. Crack open a few of your birds favorite nut types and crunch them into small, bite sized pieces. Your bird will be motivated to carry out its training with enthusiasm. Here is a bag of Kaylor Sweet Harvest Nut Mix - assorted nuts in shell.