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Margaret <email address not displayed>
Margaret wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > LOL! Thanks for sharing, Diana! Yes, and that displaced aggression can > be turned onto you if for example, you have your beloved birdie on > your shoulder and someone he truly hates (person, dog, etc...) comes > into the room. The bird may attack the side of your face, your hair or > your ear because he can't get to what he really wants to attack. Just > something to be aware of if you have a bird that likes to exhibit his > aggression. > > Sometimes while on your shoulder he feels as if he is "sharing a > perch" with his favorite human (your head) <grin> and if something the > bird perceives as a danger or a threat enters the room, it is natural > for a bird to peck/nip his mate to warn them and get them to take > flight to reach a safer location from the perceived threat. Of course, > your head can't leave your body, so you may be "warned" over and over > until you can separate the protective bird from your shoulder or until > the perceived threat leaves the room.
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