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Getting Cockatiel back in his cage

Discussion in 'Comment Court' started by Nukavine, 9/12/18.

  1. Nukavine

    Nukavine Sitting on the front steps

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    Ok so my previous post I kind of touched this but I want to clean my room today to make sure it's bird safe. After that I want to one day soon finally let Sol back out but my mom won't let me until I'm certain I have a way to get him back in. I've never had a bird before as you can probably tell. I'm learning slowly I think but I just want to hear suggestions about how to get him back in. The only other thing he's been willing to try besides his seed is millet. I'm still trying to get him to eat some greens or fruit.
     
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  2. faislaq

    faislaq I have a macaw and don't post enough photos Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Spotlight Award I Can't Stop Posting!

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    My dad's budgies go back to their cage on their own in the evening to sleep, and throughout the day when they get hungry or thirsty but I'm not sure how long it took them to learn that.
     
  3. sunnysmom

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    When I first got my tiel, I used millet spray as a "cage only treat". He'd get a piece for going back into his cage. You can try using that to entice him in.
     
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