Thats the thing. Has far as I'm aware there isn't any outside stimuli. Could it be music playing from the speakers? Typically they never bat an eye at music. And the curtains are drawn during outside time to avoid them hiting glass and hurting themselves.
Hi again. Have a weird behavioral issue I'm wondering about. I let my boys out into a small room that me and my partner stay in to supervise. This is their room where they live as well. They'll crawl over the cage and play with their toys. Do little songs and stuff. Seems like they're having a...
I thought of using one of those since they're dirt cheap! Haha. But I opted for a fake hand that beauticians use to practice painting nails on. Thought that would be most accurate. Unfortunately it's very, very pink. So much for realism :p
I have two lovely boys. They were aviary kept and raised by their parents. I'll try it and see how it goes. Will post updates. Not sure when the hand will get here since it's through Amazon and sometimes shipping is weird.
So my tiels are lovely, but frightened. I feel like placing a fake hand in the cage would help them overcome their fear of real hands better. What do you all think? I'll go into more detail if needed on why I feel this would be best for my birds.