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how do i tame older cockatiels

alyssanor

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how do i tame a girl and boy cockatiels , the male is 2 years old and the female is 4 years old , they are just 2 days new in my home.
 

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Maybe this link will help;
 

JewellBird

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Instead of restating information and reposting links that have already been given, I will just say check out the cockatiel corner, and the training court section of this forum which has threads on taming new birds, or look back on some of your old threads which many people have responded to with links and personal experience on how to tame new birds. With untamed birds, it will take a lot of time and dedication, so be prepared to spend a lot of time with these new birds. Best of luck with the new cockatiels. By the way do they have names?
 

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They've only been with you for a few days. They need time to settle in. I suggest you take a look at the training section of the forum.
 

alyssanor

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Instead of restating information and reposting links that have already been given, I will just say check out the cockatiel corner, and the training court section of this forum which has threads on taming new birds, or look back on some of your old threads which many people have responded to with links and personal experience on how to tame new birds. With untamed birds, it will take a lot of time and dedication, so be prepared to spend a lot of time with these new birds. Best of luck with the new cockatiels. By the way do they have names?
yes the girl is sugar and the male is mikey
 
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