Wow! What a great Live Q & A session! You sent in fantastic questions….and you sent in sooo many. Here are the ones I picked to answer this time. We covered topics such as aggression amongst groups of animals when trying to train, how to separate individuals from a group, non-food reinforcers, inappropriate sexual behavior, how to get an animal to a scale in the middle of the room in protected contact, creating motivation under challenging situations, aggressive behavior towards people and more. We looked at pigs, ducks, great apes, parrots, big cats, wolves, eagles, owls and hornbills. And of course, I included lots and lots of video examples! Scroll down this page for links to resources mentioned in the video. Enjoy! ~ Barbara Heidenreich
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Here are links to the resources mentioned in the Live Q and A session:
Solutions for Parrot Behavior Problems Related to Hormones
Sirocco the Kakapo Finds Love in an Unusual Place
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Solve Problems with Groups of Animals by Training Name Tags
Shaping Plan for Training a Leopard to Target to a Laser Pointer
Creating Motivation and Identifying Reinforcers
C.A.T for Overcoming Extreme Fear or Aggressive Responses
Addressing Challenges in Applying C.A.T
Training Orangutans to Improve Welfare in Borneo
Injection Training: Orangutans
Identifying Behavior Goals and Documentation (Setting up Your Training Program)
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