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Tami <email address not displayed>
Tami wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > I have a conure that I adopted from a neighbor who was going to > Germany. For the years she had him, they kept him covered with a dark > green blanket from day to night, but left the door open to his cage if > he wanted to come out and sit on his perch. We have had him for 1.5 > years now. He has his cage completely open from day until night. He > is in a room with my 15 yr. old son and his cockatiel. He loves both > of those birds dearly. Stanley, our conure, was doing wonderfully. I > can get him out of his cage, with a glove, and then he is a little > teadybear. He gives kisses, etc. I know conures are EXTREMELY loud, > but what we don't understand is why he is screaming for no reason now, > when someone enters my son's room, including me, my sons, and my > husband, when he has never done this. We get him out and he likes to > go for rides in the car, etc., but maybe we just need to get him out > more. > Thanks for any suggestions.
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