Hello everyone We had to rehome Angel, this was in consideration to our neighbours. Her swearing had become worse. To the point, when outside she would swear all day and was very loud. people three doors up from us, could hear her. I had so hard try to stop her swearing, I researched methodologies but nothing worked. I believe that being taught over 5 years to swear was well and truly embedded into her. The strange thing is that Henry never picked up the swearing. I had become rather attached to her, but realised that it would only be a matter of time before a complaint would be lodged with the council. I spoke to a friend who knew of a breeder that lived on acreage and would give her a good home. Maybe being will aviary birds she will stop swearing. On a more positive note Henry had his second visit to the vet yesterday in a follow up to him scratching the back of his neck. He been cleared of mites and its not from a moult. So the vet believes it could be issues in regard to the vertebrae and nerves in his neck, kind of like growing pains. So after Xmas we are going to have some x-rays done to see if that's the issue. Apart from that he is in perfect health, clear eyes, good weight, nice plumage, beak and feet. The vet said he treats over 40 male Eclectus parrots and has never seen one so calm and easy to handle like Henry. during the examination Henry step up onto the vet hands and did his own examination of the vet's fingers and didn't bite. After the examination Henry fluffed up, stretched, started saying step up and proceed to preen himself. The vet then said that's one chilled out Eclectus parrot.