Hi, I recently got a young cockatiel that was not tamed and was constantly grabbed by people. I've done training with him to the point that he knows how to target and can step on the back of my hand if I have a treat. However, he is very scared of fingers and anything touching him. I want to get him out of his cage which he will do, but will immediately get scared and fly off. My house has high ceilings so last time I got him out, he flew around, crashed into windows, and landed somewhere high where no one could reach. He flew because he was scared and has rarely been out of his cage. It took hours to finally get him back to his cage. I want to maybe get him out of his cage safely and bring him to a smaller room without high ceilings. How can I do that without him getting scared and flying off? He is pretty comfortable with me when he is in his cage. I don't want to lose his trust by attempting to grab him or hold onto his legs to transport him. But having him fly off and crash into walls is pretty scary. He is afraid of most objects larger than him so a carrier wouldn't work. Do you have any ideas?