3 month old baby stopped eating

leslieparrot

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leslieparrot said:
:green:Hey good dayI I cant get my young parrot to eat on his own

He is a yellow crowned amazon and he hass gotten it the hobbit of my orange winged feeding him so he don't want to eat on his own I tried grains fruits everything.

Mod note: Apparently was eating normally but stopped.
 
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Scott

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I'm not a breeder and haven't experienced babies for a few decades. Seems your amazon is being fed by the orange wing in a merging of instincts! Hopefully more experienced members can offer guidance to best suit each bird, especially the amazon becoming independent.
 

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It's not clear to me, are you saying this baby has stopped taking nourishment? Or are you saying, it was on solid foods and has gone back to prefering regurged / soft foods?

I am not a breeder and as yet have not handled chicks. But as I understand, it is normal for young birds to go back and forth from solid back to formula. IF your bird was eating solids and now another bird is feeding baby via regurg, then I would suggest offering hand-feeding formula again to the baby.

IF the baby is not taking nourishment, that is a different case and very urgent. I would recommend seeing an avian vet. (Also hopefully others who have more experience with breeding can advise also.)
 

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Sounds very odd, but clearly your Parrot had not been weaned properly and I'm not surprised your other Parrot stopped feeding your younger Parrot.

You're going to have start providing your young Parrot with soft food and work to transition to solid food.

If your Parrot refuses you're providing soft food, you need to make a mad rush to your Avian Medical Professional as young Parrots can die quickly, if not eating.
 

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