Hi it's me with more beginner questions! I just wonder whats the best way to handle this budgie behaviour. Flynn is about 11 weeks and a male, super friendly and happy. When he comes out of his cage he usually flies to me and sings and chats. What he's started doing when he wants to go back in his cage is he suddenly gets angry, starts making his angry noise and then starts biting, very angrily. The first time he did it, I didn't work it out for a minute and he just got angrier until I took him back to the cage. One minute, he's chirping happily then he suddenly gets angry. What is really strange is if I'm not there and he's with my boyfriend, he will fly to his cage and put himself in if he wants to. I put his play gym right near the door to his cage today, so he could jump straight in, and he flew back to me and went to bite again- it seemed like he wants me to put him in. The bites don't hurt but they are angry bites and I don't want to encourage this behaviour. Second question: he is friendly out of the cage and only bites when he has this angry "I want to go to my cage" thing. In his cage, if I put my hand near him he bites unless I have food. Do I just leave him when he's in his cage and talk to him only? He is happy for his cage to be cleaned, its only if you put your hand up to him. Third thing: he insists on being on shoulders and even tries to climb into jackets at the collar. Should we allow this?