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Old 05-17-2019, 03:35 PM
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Hanging out with my new buddy. Breakfast today was a banana(he is so cute with a whole one, but it is wasteful, I think I will start chopping it for him). Lunch is fresh arugula, fresh baby kale, fresh red pepper, frozen thawed chopped broccoli, frozen thawed brussels sprouts, frozen thawed mango, pineapple, cherry, strawberry, a few pieces of birdy pancakes(with millet, budgie seed, and arugula in the batter, sprinkled with cayenne powder, ginger powder, probiotic, and a smiiiidge of peanut butter. Now we are just sitting quietly together: he on top of his cage looking around saying "hello" softly to himself every so often, me in a chair near him in the room. We really gotta fast track the larger cage, it is breaking my heart watching him in this one.



"He" is also squatting down, wing flapping, and grabbing the bars with his beak. I'll look this behavior up in a minute, but my frontrunner gueses would be:


this is the hanging from beak wing flapping neurotic behavior performed outside of the cage


"He" is a hen. This is similar behavior to that my female amazon, Crayon(RIP), had when she was feeling in a romantic way. Guess only time and a blood test will say.
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Old 05-17-2019, 06:44 PM
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Re: Farm Flock: follow along with *all* the birds in our flock

Hmm, I think I stumbled on his old name. Floyd. And I think he *hates* his old name. He was being loud and scolding himself "stop it!" Etc, and shouted what sounded like "floyd", so I tried it, he stared. I asked, "was your name Floyd?" And he flipped out, I mean *flipped* *out*. Mad, scared. Will not be doing that again. "Floyd" is a swear word in this house now.
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Old 05-17-2019, 08:58 PM
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Re: Farm Flock: follow along with *all* the birds in our flock

Yikes - new forbidden word! Could have been the name of someone that didn’t treat him well or his own name....certainly nothing positive associated with it so it deserves to be tossed out .
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Old 05-18-2019, 01:01 PM
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Re: Farm Flock: follow along with *all* the birds in our flock

We a still taking it easy around here. Us humans are feeling a little under the weather. The birds seem to be doing fine however.



The Macaw got pellets for dinner last night and still had some this AM, so no breakfast for him. Alex and Legs got spray millet that I hadn't hidden well enough and they found during their bedroom time. They worked so hard to get it that I didn't have the heart to take it away lmao. Lunch is going to be mashed sweet potato for everyone, even me. Still need to think up a name for the macaw. Latest thing I thought of was Myst(if male)/Misty(if female). But still no names that really seem to be a perfect fit.



Macaw seems calmer today after spending so much time out of the cage and with company yesterday. plan for today is basically that again, but I also want to sit outside some and make some bird toys maybe. Think I will move a chair near the window to his room so when I am outside he doesn't feel like he is alone. Yesterday he was being very dramatic when I was outside, and when I walked to the window(after he was quiet for a few moments), we played that head bob game and he seemed reassured. Poor dude. Being left alone with no stimulation for 28 years, I can't even imagine. Those days are over, buddy!
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Old 05-18-2019, 02:13 PM
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Oh! I've been talking about him in so many places, I can't remember where I've said what! His personality!


He says "hello" or "hi" when someone enters the room, clicks his beak and makes kissy noises (a lot) when he is happy. Inside of the cage he asks for scratchies("wanna scratch?"), he makes burping noises, barks, sometimes when you leave the room and say "bye" he says calmly back "bye", and other times he gets upset. Lately I have been telling him, "I'll be back, bye bye" and so far this has not upset him at all. He seems to like chewing a lot, and I can't wait till we have the bigger room bird proofed for him to have pleeeenty to chew on. The best medicine we can give this guy is space to be himself. He will step up politely on to a stick, he was trained to do this a few homes back, and he apparently lunges when presented with an arm to step up. I have not tested this. Sometimes he acts quite scared of my hands and distrusting of them, so I figure wait until that lessens before pressing the step up on arm issue. He lets me scratch his head, rub his beak, and *sometimes* touch/rub his feet, all of this only when in the cage. Maybe someone used to do nails through the bars in his past, who knows. Outside of the cage he is too on edge for me to try and pet him yet. If I stand up from the chair, he usually climbs to the highest part of the cage and looks at me, after a little while he comes back down and doesn't seem too scared. We are just taking it slow. When he is in the cage and wants my attention but I am oblivious, he will reach out and grab me with his feet.


Has not tried to bite me or even looked like he has thought about it. Previous owners seemed quite afraid of that beak, but I didn't notice him thinking about biting them. Shrug, maybe as he settles in he will get more bitey, but maybe it is because I am going slow and stopping if he seems unsure or concerned. I *know* there's a good bird just wanting to be loved in there.


When I am in the room with him he is mostly content to quietly occupy himself chewing or eating or looking around. When I am outside the room he seems way more agitated and prone to screaming. He makes quiet little noises to himself as he hangs out, and is quite adorable. Last night as I turned out the light in his room I said "good night" and then shut the door. I listened just outside the door to make sure he was settling in for the night ok, and I heard him talking to himself. I *think* I heard him copying me saying a few things.. "whatcha doing?" "Hey bird/girl" "Hi girl/bird" but it was through the door so who knows.



When he screams, he sometimes also yells human words, and scolds himself by saying "stop that!" He also has a fairly creepy loud whisper version of "HhhhhI!" That is equal parts scary and hilarious. This bird is amazing even with all his issues.



The chickens still have all 3 chicks and are doing well. Oh, we noticed today that in some of the tire tracks that were cut in during the muddy winter, there are frog eggs! How cool is that!! We will probably scoop them all up into either an aquarium, or into another puddle of water. If we don't, the next time we drive thru there it will be a horrible heartbreaking mess.
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Old 05-19-2019, 02:42 PM
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I went around some of the more easily accessed by hobbling areas of our clearing, and I gathered some grasses, grass flowers, plantain of 2 species, half ripe seeds, etc etc etc. After a good rinse, these will go to all of the small birds. The macaw got an orange for breakfast.



I also mixed up a baggie of various seeds.. a couple kinds of clover, comfrey, nettle, thistle, various grasses, daikon radish, various beets, a few raspberry, lavender, wildflower("feed the bees/butterflys/birds" mixes), zinnias, a few scoops of budgie seed, black oil sunflower, etc etc etc... sort of a soil conditioning, forage for multi species growing, wild garden type mix I suppose. Somewhere or other we have even more seeds tucked away, and if I can find them, I will add one or two more types into the mix. Most of what we have tucked away is veggies, though. We also have a few flowers, which is what I would be interested in(zinnia, poppy, wildflower mixes, lots of different kinds of sunflower, etc). I think we mostly missed the boat on veggies from seed for this year. We will get some transplants, and I may try to put some corn in the ground in the next few days(heads up guys, there will be probably a major corn shortage this year, and gas prices will probably go up too as a result. Something like only 30% of the country's corn crop has been planted due to all the flooding. For every day past May 15 you don't have corn in the ground, your yield goes down something like 2%. We will still plant corn. We figure our corn needs are for ourselves and our animals, so if our yield is down by 10-15% that sucks, but hey that's alright we don't really need all that much, and besides the whole thing is bird safe so we get another use from the plant that other farmers don't: come fall we can dry the whole stalk and give it to big beak mcgee to destroy, or an army of hugely destructive bitty beaks. Should keep the monsters busy for a little while. ). Most of the seeds in that mix will produce something that can be used for the birds in one way or another. Feeding the plant, the seeds, the flowers, the roots, the fruits, whatever.

Gathering the grasses, etc for the small birds was not easy on crutches and after 11 weeks of not doing much while I recovered, I am quite tired/sore. After a break(and finally eating breakfast), I will walk around and scatter the seed I mixed up. Hopefully some takes and I don't just end up feeding the wild birds. Our soil is very very rough in areas, and everywhere it needs some conditioning even where it isn't so rough.. lots of clay.



With me being injured and us being new here, we have not had time to really do any of the soil conditioning yet that I have wanted to do. It will happen, but injuries and illnesses cause delays. Sigh. I have huge plans, some areas more than others. I want to use no-till methods in many areas, and the worst section, dubbed Clay Hill, I have a multi year plan involving chickens, compost piles, rabbits, green manure, and a secure fence. It will get done, we just have had a few things crop up(heh, crop) that limited our gardening abilities for this year. Oh well.

On the plus side: we now "have" running water! At least through a hose. Progress. Now we can wash dishes, etc easier than by using creek water or bottled water from the store. YAY!


George's chicks are growing, but they are still so tiny! Obviously lots of bantam breeds mixed into their heritage. Their wing feathers keep getting longer and longer. We are talking about moving the chicken coop a little ways away into an area of long grass next to a cliff once the chicks are quite a bit bigger. The adult birds used to dust bath over there and eat the compost pile over there before going broody and hatching the chicks. That area is a little out of the way and a bit farther from our house without being too far away to benefit from being by the house. There have been a lot of flies lately and we think having the chicken coop right outside 2 windows that are usually open is probably contributing to that lol.


After I scatter the seeds and Mr. Bug finishes moving a few things around, we are going to spend a few hours with the big bird(Mr. Bug really hasn't spent much time with him yet other than for the drive), and then watch a movie and hang out with the baby budgies while we answer emails.
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Re: Farm Flock: follow along with *all* the birds in our flock

Oh, I guess I didn't put here: we decided to name the macaw Freedom.


Today I decided to switch it up, since Mr. Bug has been back and forth to get medical attention for his infected hand. So this morning I hung out with Freedom, and have been spending time with the little birds since. Every so often I pop in to check on Freedom, since this is usually his time with me. When it came time earlier to put him back in the cage, he did *not* want to go. It was adorable, it was a giant version of the temper tentrums Alex throws! My heart about melted. No wonder previous owners thought he was aggressive! Awwww he was all poofy and Grrr I am a big scary bird *lunge* *lunge* *sway back and forth slowly* cute! So I put the stick down and talked to him for a while and he seemed to calm down. I asked him to step up and got the same reaction again to the stick. If he could have been rolling on the ground pounding it with his fists he would have. Such an obvious temper tantrum!


I put the stick down, calmed him down, then said to him, "Wanna Mmmm(total guess that he would understand this. He knows wanna scratch, and Mmmm means tasty thing to him)? Get down on your perch, Go home." and moved his food dish(with a newly added yummy tasty in it) from the play top, to the inside cage spot. He happily "went home down on his perch for wanna Mmm". Success! And both of us were happy. Told him, "I'll be back" and left the room. He was quiet and eating happily.



A little while later I went back in, maybe an hour or so, and said, "wanna come out(have been saying this to him, but I don't know if he understands yet)? Get down on your perch." He got down on his perch, and I let him out. He climbed down to the floor and poked around for a while, but then started getting into trouble(he knew where the yummy tastys were hidden and kept trying to get to them), so I said(as I picked up the bag with YT in it), "Wanna Mmmm?" He came over, I handed him the YT, he climbed up onto his cagetop to eat it. After he finished it and was looking around for more I told him to "Wanna Mmmm? Go home. Get down on your perch" and he totally did. Praised him, shut up the cage and sat in the room with him for several minutes before getting up and saying "I'll be back" and leaving.



He is so very incredibly astoundingly brilliant.





When he was out the first time he was the most relaxed I have seen him so far: mega preening, dozing napping with one foot up. Not quite head tucked under wing beak grinding level relaxed, but it is a step in the right direction!



I found a cav who will see him only 50 miles from here, so that is great news. For now I am going to go sit outside and enjoy what is left of the daylight.
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Yanno we need pictures of this fella...RIGHT???



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Re: Farm Flock: follow along with *all* the birds in our flock

I will try to get some good ones soon.



I am more and more thinking of him as a her... today we came face-to-beak a few times, actually more like several. Still have not picked her up. I think I may wait for her to come to me rather than try to pick her up in fact. I think that at a couple points today she would have climbed into my lap if the chair were just a smidge closer to where she was. Also a few times when I was messing with the cage moving things around, she came down to the drawbridge door of her cage and sat there talking to me very close to my face. One of the times when she was poking around exploring on the floor, she waddled under my chair and poked her little head out to look at me. Very cute, but I should probably block access, right?



I have not touched the stick since her meltdown. Since yesterday, she has been head bobbing and regurgitating for me. All of this while out of the cage. I think we are making some significant progress. She absolutely is happy to "go home" for yummy tasties, and she has been learning that not every time the door shuts is she in there for a long time, and not every time I ask her to go in there does the door even get shut.



Today she got her cage rearranged and another toy added. We are going to chop up some pine 2x4s for her to destroy tomorrow. And she has started to investigate the boxes that share her room with her. Oopsie, time to move them before they turn to confetti. She has started to hop with excitement on her perch when I come in, rather than hang from the roof of the cage by her beak. She hops when on the floor, or has twice now anyway, and it is freakin' *adorable*. We are also going to throw something together for Freedom to sit on outside of her cage tomorrow, even a suuuuper short term stand made from 2x4's would be better than nothing.


George&co's 3 are getting "big" but they still fit through the holes in the turkey and duck pasture fence. We let all of the outside birds out to free range today, and will probably continue to do that. George was going after the turkey hen at first, but she put him in his place and chased him around the barn and pasture before we stepped in when she got too close to the hens and chicks. After that, the chickens stayed respectful of the turkeys, and the turkeys pretty much ignored the chickens. The hens and xhicks even went to go scratch around in the barn while some turkeys were in there and everybody behaved.


Sorry if this post is sort of jostled and poor grammatically and such, we are sitting outside about to light the grill to cook dinner. Brats and grilled pineapple.
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Re: Farm Flock: follow along with *all* the birds in our flock

I got nipped yesterday and I want to make sure I am reading correctly:


Mr. Bug and I were both in the room. Freedom was lose and doing her thing, Mr. Bug was playing a game on the laptop, and I was sitting near the cage. I kept calling her over and trying to get her to climb into my lap for a yummy tasty. I kept thinking the issue was that the chair wasn't close enough, so I would give her a bit of YT and adjust the chair closer to the cage while she was eating.



Right beforw the nip/pinch, I was so close to the cage my knee was touching it, and I had decided to not give her more bird cookies(even breaking them into small pieces, I end up giving a lot if I am not careful), so I had switched to apples, which she also likes. I gave her an apple slice which she happily ate earlier.


So, nip stage set: me against cage, Freedom not particularly hungry but still wanting nibbles. She was leaning out to reach the apples, I was hoping she would climb to my lap to get it since it was *only* just out of her reach, and earlier she had put a single foot on my lap twice while turning around.



Instead she got frusterated and nipped my pants and managed to pinch me just an itty bitty bit while nipping the pants.



This startled me and I totally flinched a bit at first, but then stopped doing so and I didn't scold or anything. What I did do was very calmly while looking at her say "no", and drop the apple piece on the floor while she watched. Not in a way that she could easily go down and get it, and she climbed back on top of her cage.



My interpretation looking back? I was teasing the crud out of that poor bird and didn't realize it. 100% my fault. Just double checking that this is correct, though.



A while later after this incident she was still happy to go home for more goodies so I don't think too much/any damage was done by this incident.



Noel had mentioned that when "he" was on stick she could pet him anywhere. Wings, head, belly, etc etc etc(will not replicate due to hormonal triggers), step up on arm he lunges, and she specifically mentioned when he is on her lap he was also on edge and lungey. Hmmmm.



Oh, and here is a picture of her, tho not the best photo.



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Oh, yesterday was the first time she was out of the cage with Mr. Bug in the room, so that also maybe contributed to the nip? She didn't seem to care super much that he was there, but who knows.
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