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I donít agree with everything this guy says but I really do like him. He has some really good techniques that I think would help a lot of people with their birds.

He sells a training program and I think itís a good deal, but you can sign up to receive some free videos via email. The only thing about the free videos is that he doesnít always explain why he is doing something or why it works. I donít know anything about the program he sells but eventually I might purchase it.

These are the videos that Iíve received so far. They are at least 15 ~ 20 minutes long but if you watch them let me know what you think. Some of you may already know of him.

Kim

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http://www.birdtricks.com/training-c...=&utm_content=
http://www.birdtricks.com/blog/first...=&utm_content=
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I've seen this, would've done the program if it was free and if I got a non-tamed bird!


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The first video reminds me somewhat of the way clicker training is done with llamas to teach them to let people approach them. I couldn't view the second one. Do they all use clicker training?


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The first video reminds me somewhat of the way clicker training is done with llamas to teach them to let people approach them. I couldn't view the second one. Do they all use clicker training?
Yes, he uses clicker training.

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I haven't watched it but I can tell that its either Chet or Dave Womach looking at the link

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