I have a Congo Gray that I have had for 28 years. I was able to handle and play with him with a few bites as expected. 18 years ago our first grandchild was born and I began to babysit a couple days a week. I also worked evenings. My husband also handled him. Several years ago he got to the point where he would bite me if I attempted to hold him or play with him. He will not “step up” for me-just goes after me to bite. He is out of his cage for a few hours every day. His wings are not clipped, and he always has a toy in his cage. He will fly over to me and eat off of my plate and take treats from me. Since I have been bitten rather severely I stopped trying to hold him. within the last couple of years he has started to dive bomb and bite me. He doesn’t bite my husband or one of my granddaughters that likes to hold him. When we go on vacation we board him at a pet bird place where he is treated very well. I have never mistreated him and really love him. My husband and I are in our late 60s. I am starting to consider having the the pet bird store find him a new home. I continue to let him eat off my plate, feed him treats, and talk to him, but I don’t want to have him attack me or have him stay in his cage all the time. Any thoughts or suggestions would be welcome.