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tka

Rollerblading along the road
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London, UK
Short answer: yes.

It's a big change for a big: new environment, new people, new sounds, new routine. Parrots are prey animals, so tend to respond to this by getting quieter while they figure out whether or not they are in danger. Be kind, patient and consistent - don't force your bird to come out of his cage or to step up, make sure that he is eating and drinking, and give him time to settle in.
 

jasonmoras

Checking out the neighborhood
Joined
12/4/21
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Real Name
Jason
Short answer: yes.

It's a big change for a big: new environment, new people, new sounds, new routine. Parrots are prey animals, so tend to respond to this by getting quieter while they figure out whether or not they are in danger. Be kind, patient and consistent - don't force your bird to come out of his cage or to step up, make sure that he is eating and drinking, and give him time to settle in.
Thank you. He likes to be around people and loves his corn cob
 
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