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Old 09-16-2020, 08:06 AM
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Re: My baby CAG Annie, Need some advice

I did not start with a baby grey, she was about a year old when I got her.

Just my opinion but it sounds like something in the cage or the placement of the cage is making her uncomfortable.
Grey's are notorious for being skittish about new things.
The other this is placement of the cage. You need to make sure one side of the cage is against a wall. It helps give them a sense of security knowing nothing can approach them from the back.

I wish you luck with your grey they are amazing birds.
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