Burping, farting parrot speaks with a Glasgow accent and likes to rave to GBX

An animal lover has discovered his parrot with "deep, manly" Glaswegian accent loves burping, farting and raving to GBX.

Owner and animal rescuer, Ryan Cannon, took Chickenhawk the parrot in six years ago and the two have since made social media history.

The crafty animal can simulate phone notifications making sounds from messenger and Snapchat, but is also be prone to making farts noises and squawking, "Am a bloody wee pigeon."

The clever parrot can often be heard swearing at her owner's dogs and sniffing like "she's got sniffers running out of them," Glasgow Live reports.

In viral videos, Chickenhawk bobs her head to the beat of music, and moves side to side for the track Bits and Pieces, leading GBX DJ to claim: "We need to get her down to the next gig!"

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Chickenhawk lives with another of Ryan's adopted parrots, Orla who "has an English accent which is very sweet and says cute phrases like 'hello darling' and 'give us a kiss'," Ryan said.

"Whereas Chickenhawk has a deep, manly Glasgow accent. She has a huge vocabulary, she says a lot, and she's really good at saying things at the right time".

The animal rescue officer explained Chickenhawk's accurate impersonations are "one of the scariest things about her speaking."

"I'll have workmen in the house doing things in the kitchen and she'll say things in my exact tone of voice and the workmen will have conversations with her thinking it's me – which can be quite embarrassing."

But the mischievous parrot has a sweeter side, often reassuring Orla "it's okay" when she gets nervous or saying 'di ye want a wee drink' when Ryan fills up their water.

Though Ryan describes his winged pets as "loving and affectionate" he warns against adopting the creatures on a whim.

"I wouldn't jump out and buy a parrot for the novelty that they can speak and pick up things, not before you look into the care they need. They're like toddlers, into everything, very messy.

"Chickenhawk will regularly try to destroy things around the house, she's very very destructive. If you leave her unattended, she'll rip into doorways, door frames and skirting boards.

"They require so much attention, hard work, money, are destructive and very aggressive – they are not great pets, but people do buy them for the novelty then get bored very quickly

The SSPCA officer also lives with four adopted dogs and describes the situation as "complete harmony" despite the chaos.

"I would always advocate for people rescuing and rehoming dogs than to get breeders, and check out the SSPCA website or local rescues. Adopt, don't shop!"

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