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Old 01-06-2019, 04:29 PM
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There has been a little bit of progress, he is coming to me for about an hour everyday, After about 10 mins he lets me get my hands close to him, He basicaly sits on my shoulder and rubs his face on my glasses.
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Sunny a female B&G macaw; Japie (m) & Appie (f), both are congo african grey; All are rescues- had to leave their previous homes for 'reasons', are still in contact with them :)
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Re: Maxwells Behavioral problems

That sounds really, really good
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So since I took his bed out he has been sleeping on the bottom of his cage.. Is that bad??
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Re: Maxwells Behavioral problems

It is a bit weird, but if he is not used to sleeping on a perch... give him some time?


In one of the other threads someone has swapped the snugglehut for a perch at the same place the hut used to be... have you tried that?
According to the conure-crowd they really like to pick their 'sleeping-corner' and stick to it, so if a perch is there he might sleep on it.
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Okay ill try that. Thanks.
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