:welcome:Sorry to hear about the loss of your grey and recently your dear budgie.
You may do well to join the Parrot Society UK, for a small yearly fee you receive their monthly mag full of info and where UK breeders advertise. You can find the details via google. I hope this helps.
Good morning everyone a sunny but windy day here. Hopefully may get the runner bean plants and the canes in the veggie plot later.
Daughter has accident yesterday badly burnt her arms from the tin of her bread maker, ended up at A&E, now has dressings on her arms & goes back tomorrow. I bet...
@Scott199 have you tried putting slices fruit & vegon one of those kebabs folk hang in their cages, that sometimes tempts a parrot.
It can take years for a bird to try something, my late LSC took 8yrs before he would try corn on the cob then decided he loved it.
Always a worry that is. I agree re predators who are so very quick.
Some older members will remember how a long time ago we had a Grey - Lucy, unbeknown to me hubby would take her in the garden of an afternoon with his cuppa, sit with her on his knee or shoulder. One day I got a phone call at...
Many years ago when we bred Senegals Hilda & Howard, Hilda really pecked poor old Howards head, he was well and truly hen pecked. However, they did settle down and had chicks. So yes I would say it is because she wants to breed & he's not so keen yet. Are they the same age?
I doubt either...
When you go towards his cage to shut him in do not walk straight towards him, go sideways, that sometimes works. We used to do that when we needed to round up the chickens to get them back into their run, whereas other folk walk towards them - they scattered, but going sideways always worked!