gcc behavioral issues

  1. Catastrophycat

    Conure biting off his own feathers.

    So, it started about 10 days ago, perfectly healthy looking feathers started looking rough a bit too fast. In a couple days they looked chopped up and I was wondering what was going on when around day 5 I finally caught him preening his shoulders/wings as far as he can reach and actually biting...
  2. B

    Got a second GCC

    Hi everyone! we brought home a second green cheek conure who is 9 weeks old. Our 1 year old green cheek conure that we have had for the past year keeps preening the baby and keeps locking beaks sideways with the baby and shaking its head up and down really fast. I was wondering if this is...
  3. Frog & Chickpea

    Behavioural help for GCC

    Hello, yet another new member here! I recently adopted a green cheeked conure, Echo, (unknown gender yet), and am ecstatic with them. They are not yet tame, but are not fearful, and accept bigger treats from my hand. They seem very eager to learn. Their age is somewhere between 6 months and a...
  4. Parham

    Need help\advice. new Green cheeked Conure. 8 weeks old

    Hello everyone, I'm new here and and first time pet owner. 12 days ago I decided to get a GCC, I've been meaning to get a bird for about a year now but after barely surviving a very bad case of covid, I decided to do so as soon as I am healed and capable. I've been stalking birds ads for a...
  5. aprilrain

    GCC wont stop screaming to get my attention no matter what I do.

    The Issue: My green cheek has become extraordinarily clingy & he screams whenever he knows I'm home but out of sight. It's extremely high-pitched & can go on forever. I'm trying so so hard but it's not getting better, so I'm asking for help. - I know Conures are loud, I'm not expecting him to...
  6. E

    green cheek conure mean out of cage

    hi my year old gcc has behavioral issues and when hes let out of his cage he bites and screams and wont let u touch him, in his cage hes nice and loves getting pet but out is the opposite i would like some tips on how to deal with his behavioral issues:)-