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Old 01-08-2021, 08:09 PM
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Re: Baby territorial behavior

it won't be a one time thing it may take a few days maybe a week. but your bird recognizes patterns......A = B. that they get. after a bit they will learn something like a certain noise will get more attention and less being shunned by biting.
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Re: Baby territorial behavior

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it won't be a one time thing it may take a few days maybe a week. but your bird recognizes patterns......A = B. that they get. after a bit they will learn something like a certain noise will get more attention and less being shunned by biting.



Tried it a few more times, she is toning it down or so i think. Im trying not to make her hate me in the process. Do you know if this is typical baby behavior or is she unique?
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Old 01-09-2021, 11:12 AM
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Re: Baby territorial behavior

pretty typical, testing limits etc. set boundaries.
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Re: Baby territorial behavior

if you bonded don't worry about that, if he/she is coming back each time....you're fine.
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Re: Baby territorial behavior

everything getting better?
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Re: Baby territorial behavior

Does she have a hut or shadowy space in her cage?
How much sleep does she get nightly?
Do you ever let her exit (and re-enter) the cage on her own time (in supervising, but removed)?
If yes to my last question, do you always shut the door as soon as she re-enters?
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