Nanday Conure Forum
Message #1976. This is a followup to #1971.
|Date:||Tuesday August 24, 2004 8:34:35 pm MDT|
|Subject:||Re: Screeching, Help!!!|
I have given the bird allot of attention but at nite when I'm petting him he will bite me, write or wrong when he does that to me I put him back in the cage for about ten minutes and then take him out again and he still bites me, what is he trying to tell me?? he is very affectionate, but I don't understand the biting.
> Hi everyone!
> I just wanted to let you know that in all the literature that I have
> read about birds that especially for a nanday screeching is very
> common. They are for the most part just loud birds.
> What is your reaction when he screeches? Do you go back to him?
> If you are out of the room and he screeches it probably means that he
> just wants you in the wild they call out to their mate when they are
> not within their view. It just means that he is bonded with you.
> Don't do like the neighbor and cover the cage or turn the light off.
> I never do that to my birds that does not address the real problem.
> Don't shhhh your bird instead say things like "You're Okay" shhh
> sounds like a snake hiss and can actually frighten your bird more.
> The bird probably made alot of noise with visitors either because he
> was happy to see them and wanted their attention or he was bonded to
> her and in the wild they will call to their mate when others are
> around to let other people know "hey that is my mate".
> I would definitely tell you to get a book called "The Complete Idiots
> Guide to Bird Care and Bird Training" It is just a wonderful book
> with alot of very helpful information. I reference it quite
> Love the site!
> Tim wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I just adopted a Nanday from my neighbor, but it seems that he
> > screeches when you walk away from his cage. he for the most part is
> > gentle, and does not bite, although he does flick his wings often,
> > almost like Tourette Syndrome, but thats only when he is out of the
> > cage.
> > Anyway my main concern is the screeching when I walk away from his
> > cage, can anyone give some helpful advice?
> > A little background on the bird, he was given to my neighbor
> > because of the screeching and my neighbor's daughter took him out of
> > the cage often, but my neighbors solution to the screeching was to
> > cover him, or to keep the room dark.
> > My neighbor also told me that the bird would make allot of noise
> > everytime someone would come to the house.
> > Thanks,
> > Tim
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