Table of contents for Teaching your bird to talk / by Diane Grindol and Thomas Roudybush.

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1 Keeping a Talking Bird 
2 Survey of Talking Bird Owners
3 People and Parrots	
4 Where Sound Comes From 
5 The Call of the Wild 
6 Who Talks and Who Doesn't? 
7 Pretty Polly Parrots Perfectly 
8 Before You Start Talking Lessons	
9 Parrots Jump Into the Conversation	
10 The Model/Rival Training Technique 
11 Advanced Concepts 
12 Communicating and Playing With Your Bird
13 Problem Solving for Vocal Birds
14 Parrots Who Don't Talk 
15 Starlings, Mynahs and Other Birds 
16 Going to the Birds
17 The Future 
Appendix A: Glossary					
Appendix B: These Resources Are for the Birds	
Appendix C: Words Birds Say				
Appendix D: National and International Societies		 
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Talking birds Training, Parrots Training