Georgie Porgie, the easiest, most amenable, laid back bird amongst the Morvern flock (with me) is definitely having a 'funny' day. This all started during the night, around 2.30 am when I heard a panic, wing flapping etc from under George's cover. I spoke calmly to him and he settled down, but during the next 15 minutes it happened twice again. I uncovered the front of his cage and looked in he was hanging from the cage roof, not unusual for him. I opened the door and he came straight out onto the door top. There are NO noises here at all so I have counted that out straight away. He wanted tickles but nothing else, no nut (he is addicted to almonds), nor my fingers, just his head rubs. I left him to calm down and eventually he went back into his cage and settled for the night. This morning he is acting as if he does not know me, will not take his almond, will not step on me but is quite willing to climb on my back then onto the radiator and attack the door frame next to me, so not frightened of his surroundings. I have managed to persuade him onto his 'java' tree in the window where he is sat, doing precisely nothing. I just do not know what to make of him, I am not worried, but concerned as I have no idea of his age really although he is supposed to be 13. I understand they can have off days but with the panics during the night. (his feathers are still a mess) Any ideas?