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carolyne wrote: > Linda wrote: > > Take this a step at a time. A 30 minute car ride? A new home? > Nothing > > like upsetting the applecart. > > If it were me I believe I would put him in his cage- let him have > > time to see his surroundings, let him know it's his house. and once > > he seems to have made the rounds and is perfectly still on a > favored > > perch and seems to be eyeballing you- that's when to drop the door > > down for him. > > > > But don't just leave him. He doesn't know your house. If he gets > > spooked he could fly into a wall and seriously injure or kill > > himself. This is the time to put your new young charge on your > finger > > or shoulder and give him the grand tour of your house, slowly. > "He'll > > need more than one- but not necessarily in the same day." > > > > Then slowly over the course of days you might start introducting > him > > to the kitchen.............. > > > > That's the way I've always introduced my birds to the house, and > new > > surroundings. Experts may have a more sound idea than this. But I > > always make sure it's on the birds terms for the most degree, with > > some exceptions. > > > > Wish you luck with your new Nanday, > > & we pray that the new introductions to your house goes well for > > Hudson. > > Linda & Steve > > Carolyne wrote: > > > Hi, > > > Could we get some advice please? > > > Our Nanday (who we have already named Hudson) will be ready to > bring > > > home in a couple of weeks. Does anyone have any advice on > getting > > > him used to his new surroundings? Is it best to put him in his > cage > > > and leave him there for a day or so, or should we let him out > > > straight away?? He will have a 30 minute car journey from the > > > breeder to home. Any advice on looking after a young Nanday would > be > > > greatly appreciated. > > > Linda, > > Thankyou very much for the advice about introducing Hudson to his > home. > > Do you have any advice on feeding? What kind of diet do you give your > Nandays and what is their feeding routine? > > We have researched on the internet, but advice from an experienced > person would be appreciated
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