So I got my Indian Ringneck named Ringo about a month ago. He has access to my entire room, but really only sits on top of his cage, and sometimes screams. I fill his bowl with food, and another with water, and another with fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. He does not seem interested at all in the fresh food dish, and throws out the fresh nuts. He is scared of me still. I talk to him, I haven’t chased him down or anything because that would scare him. When I move an inch towards him, he moves like 10 inches away from me. I really don’t know what to do. I have looked online for tips or videos, and all of them they could at least touch their parrot. I cannot touch Ringo at all. I try to give him his favorite treats, sunflower seeds, but he will not move an inch towards my hand with the treat. He sometimes is interested when I talk to him, but not enough to move towards me at all. I would like to start target training with him, but how would I do that if I can’t even move a step towards him. He is in my bedroom, so it’s not like he isn't used to me, because I am in there a lot. I also think he might be plucking his feathers in one specific spot under his left wing, but no where else. He does not touch any of his toys either. He seems healthy other than the plucking under one wing (which I can’t really get a good look at because he won’t let me touch him anyway). He is comfortable enough to sleep and preen in my presence though. I just don’t know how to even start taming him. I talk to him a lot too, any tips on anything?!