Screaming Parrots Deafening You? Try This Mini Satellite Dish

Birds can be wonderful pets. Members of the parrot family are especially friendly, charming, and funny. But they tend to scream. They scream when they sense danger, something new in their environment, or just to get your attention. The sound indeed gets your attention, but it's not a sound that engenders affection toward your bird, even among the best bird parents.

There's a new product coming out called Hush-A-Bird that looks like a mini-model of a satellite dish. Similar technology. Both use parabolic microphone technology to focus sound waves. In the case of Hush-a-Bird, which you can perch on the cage or hang from the ceiling, the dish picks up sound waves and directs them back down to the floor several decibels lower.

No information yet on when the Hush-A-Bird will debut, but think about it in the meantime. It will sell in two sizes, one for smaller screamers. Apparently, the parabolic technology is especially effective for the little guys.

In the meantime, I read an interesting blog about a woman who taught her parrot to quiet down by whispering to her. You might enjoy it.


Lady Bee
Pet News

Apr 2, 2009
by Anonymous

Screaming Parrots Deafening You? Try This Mini Satellite Di

As an avian consult I can attest to birds screaming. Proper training of the bird eliminates screaming. This won't resolve the problem.