Can I ask what part of Oz you live
Oh yes ! Very lucky !thankyou !! @MellyM i did not know Aussies are lucky till now ! haha XD. My father wanted to buy a rosella for a while as he use to own one when he was a kid. And he did so! He mentioned the owner did not provide much information but "the rosella gets picked on by other birds" in his backyard cage which is why he was selling him. And when I saw him very scared I really wanted to make his life better. as so this is my first time taming a wild/scared bird.
That's great - it sounds like you are "charging the clicker" or pairing the sound with treats. Love that you don't force him and just come back later if he is not interested.yes, he loves his millets! what i do atm is i open his cage and hold out his treat and say "hey bastion want some treats!" and usually he will step forward towards me to eat it and thats when i press my clicker and say "good boy!". However if he shows me body signs of not wanting which he usually steps away from me or even not look at me I put the treat down and come back after to try again. Is that a good trick? anything i should fix to that or change?
Yes, absolutely because you want him to choose to go back in of his own accord. He'll choose to go back in if he feels safe in his new home and if he knows his food is there. Choose a day when you don't have to go out at all just in case it doesn't go quite to plan!however, you suggest me leaving him in his new cage for a few days and get him use to his new home and breakfast technique before i let him out?