I have two budgie that are now 1 year old and are very hard to train and help get over their fears. I have been trying to train them for over 7 months now and it hasnt been working out. They are very active and very chatty but refuse to go near new toys or perches and will fly around if you try putting something in their cage. I used to take them out to free fly and seem to enjoy it but i started getting scared when they would fly into small corners or fall behind furniture and get stuck. I blocked every corner and place since then but then one of them even found a way behind the shut blinds and kept flapping at the window and the other flew into the bedframe which i didnt think was possible. Needless to say they are verryy clumsy which got me scared to get them out. I have been thinking of clipping them just once so that i would be able to tame them better but dont know if thats the right choice. I have also tried to get them to eat harrisons pellets for over 6 months but they just throw them out of the food bowl everyday. Is clipping a good option for helping with this or not?