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Old 02-25-2014, 08:45 AM
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Curbing some territorial behavior

I have a female Eclectus about a year and a half old. (I think) She was about 3 months when I got her or so the lady said. She really favors the right back corner of her cage, so much that when anyone comes up the stairs she runs to it and sticks her face in the corner and wiggles her butt, then glances over her shoulder making a clucking sound. At first I thought she was playing but I think shes pretending she has a nest. She also does a little chicken scraping at the bottom. If I open her door or she hears food, she comes out. I can't really stop her from doing this and I guess its not hurting anything but I don't want her to start being aggressive, shes such a sweet girl. Has anyone had a problem with their females doing this?
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