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Margaret <email address not displayed>
Margaret wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0764119184/ref=pd_sim_b_3/002-2694410-7947230?%5Fencoding=UTF8&v=glance > > That link takes you to the name of a book called The Second-Hand > Parrot by Mattie Sue Athan. I don't have that book, but perhaps it > would help you. > > Anna started a link that asks everyone for their favorite bird related > books and if you wait a few, you'll be able to get a lot of good > recommendations that way. > > ziggysmom wrote: > > Any good books or articles pertaining to rehomed birds that would > be > > of value? > > (And any good general bird book, as well. > > > > We are getting along as well as can be expected. I'm Ziggy's third > > home (at least) in her brief 4 year old life). She comes right out > of > > the cage and up to the top and dances around and has fun.( I have > even > > put toys on the outside so when she does her monkey thing there is > > stuff for her to do) If I put a chair near the cage and sit by it > she > > will eventually slide down the side and come onto my finger and > then > > onto my shoulder and sit nicely (unless of course she tries to put > > her head in my mouth and no I do not let her...) > > > > She still bobs her head a lot and bobs her body back and forth. I > am > > wondering if sometimes this is for fun and not just for stress. I > can > > start it and she will mimic me and dance when I do and her bob her > > head to mine. We move our heads in unison when she is on my > shoulder.
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