Beautiful sun conure bird dances with himself in front of the mirror

You may have seen someone strutting around like a rooster, but have you ever seen them bust a move like a conure parrot? This conure, Django, may just put Beyonce to shame with his struts, head-bobs, and twirls. With a mirror as his audience, this bird puts on quite the show.
The conure parrots are popular pets, according to Lafeber, because they have fun personalities (as you can see in the video). The South American bird is loud but cuddly and can make a great family pet. With a little extra love and attention, these sweet birds can even be taught to do tricks.
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Django seems pretty entertained running to and from the mirror, turning and grooving his head back and forth. Near the end of his routine, he accidentally taps his beak on the mirror. He pauses, seemingly confused momentarily before continuing to strut his stuff otherwise unfazed. His personality definitely shines through here!
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What do you think of his adorable dance routine? If you loved his dance as much as we do, make sure to share this fun video with your bird-loving friends on Facebook.

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