I am very aware and knew before I got my third bird that Lorikeets are KNOWN for being aggressive to the point of killing, even. I have a Forsten / Sunset Lorikeet whose about a little over a year old now. He's a sweetheart and my first bird, loving to me and my boyfriend. I have since got an Amazon and Blue Crown Conure. Amazon does his own thing and I restrict my flighted warrior from dive-bombing my Amazon and flying when around the Amazon or else he will... well, dive-bomb my zon! But I would, in a perfect world, love for my Lorikeet and BC Conure to tolerate eachother in the same room. BC Conure is not flighted yet as he is a merely 4 month old baby and was clipped before I bought him, waiting for them wings! But my Lorikeet is flighted and is notorious for trying to fly attack my Amazon. I knew he will happily attack the BC Conure. Basically, I am asking if there is any training I can do to make them be in the presence of eachother without aggressive-butt attacking the baby. Bonus points if I can get him to stop dive-bombing my Amazon. I've debated clipping my Lorikeet but ever since he has learned to fly, he's been more confident and happy and I don't know if I could take that away from him.. It's just been challenging to juggle giving each their respective attention since both are more of a "at all times" kind of bird.