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Anyone else having this issue?

reetybird

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My bird will NOT stop going in my shirt, and if he isn’t allowed he’ll grumble and complain.
What is this? I know he’s a nesting bird but how do I keep this little stinker out of my shirts? :tntrnm::hmmm:
 

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sala

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Awww he looks adorable !
My lovebird does that too, she likes to hide under my armpits :laughin:
 

FeatheredM

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Looks like you have a snuggle bug:xflove: i don't know how to stop it, maybe @Ripshod knows how?
 

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You need to intervene before he gets into your shirt as in your other posts your bird is showing nesting/cavity seeking behaviours and this should be discouraged remove him from your shoulder before he is able to get inside your shirt.
 

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I have a habit of reading the good, bad & ugly threads on various species on AA, largely for fun. The one on lovebirds has someone whose lovebird used to 'nest' in her shirt, then try to 'defend' the nest (shirt) from the human wearing said shirt. Hop over to that sub-forum. I think the adventures of the late Peanut will convince you this isn't a good idea.

 

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I have a habit of reading the good, bad & ugly threads on various species on AA, largely for fun. The one on lovebirds has someone whose lovebird used to 'nest' in her shirt, then try to 'defend' the nest (shirt) from the human wearing said shirt. Hop over to that sub-forum. I think the adventures of the late Peanut will convince you this isn't a good idea.

Thats crazy
 

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You need to intervene before he gets into your shirt as in your other posts your bird is showing nesting/cavity seeking behaviours and this should be discouraged remove him from your shoulder before he is able to get inside your shirt.
I agree.

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