September 19th 2023 4pm – 5:15pm (approx)
The truth is, nail trims can damage trusting relationships between birds and their caregivers.
Nail trims are essential for a parrot’s health and wellbeing, but so often it’s also a stressful experience.
It doesn’t have to be that way!.
With easy, clear steps, Justice Bellar and Grace Innemee will show you how to teach your little bird
how to feel comfy with nail trims.
If you’ve got a little one who doesn’t like nail trims, this is the webinar for you!
Justice is our Parrot Kindergarten behavior trainer (aka school counselor)!!
Justice Bellar, CPBT-KA, CPBT shares a life-long love for animals. Her passion for tough little ones lead her to work with shelter rescues in 2015. In 2017 she joined the team at The Gabriel Foundation, one of the world’s largest parrot sanctuary and adoption organization.
In time, Justice became the Behavior and Training Coordinator, managing a parrot behavior training case load both internally, overseeing as-needed training for the sanctuary parrots on the premises, as well as post-adoption support families. She also developed and taught workshops in parrot behavior. Justice holds her avian training certification through the International Avian Certification Board (IATCB). Justice also graduated from Dr. Susan Friedman’s Professional Learning and Living with Animals course. Justice shares her home with three adopted parrots- Jimmy the yellow naped amazon, Snickers the umbrella cockatoo, and Tikka the blue and gold macaw. She spends her downtime gardening, hanging out with her trio of parrots, and playing cello – sometimes with accompaniment from her band, and sometimes with accompaniment from her birds!
Justice provides free behavior workshops each month for our Parrot Kindergarten members, and you can also schedule private sessions with her.
(PK members receive substantial discounts for private behavior sessions.)
Jen Cunha is an attorney, animal cognition trainer, writer, and international speaker, focusing on animal literacy and communication. A “parrot mama” for over 16 years, Jen has been developing cognition training techniques for almost a decade. Her training manuals have been translated and distributed throughout Europe, and she’s been featured in Bird Talk magazine. Jen has twice written articles for the International Association of Applied Behavior Consultants Journal and is a frequent lecturer at science conventions and companion bird gatherings around the world. Jennifer collaborates on animal literacy and communication projects with university researchers, and her research has been published in peer-reviewed scientific proceedings. Her birds, Ellie and Isabelle, have passed university-designed blind tests on phonics and reading comprehension skills and are considered the very first animals who have learned how to read.