Bluffing Female Indian Ringneck

blue-ringneck-bluffingI adopted a possibly 2 year old IRN. I was told she was a female and given up because of nipping. She loved me at first site. She would head roll when I spoke to her, held her , she loved me and still does. After the first day the “nipping” started. I could see why someone might re-home her. It was a very hard almost blood drawing bite. I spent 2 months making friends and now I don’t have an issue. My trick was offering her an almond, she would head roll. I called step up and then I would move her. Of course it was a little more than that but my question is.. Was that a unresolved bluffing issue? Just your best guess is ok.. Thank you for your time.

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Frisky Indian Ringneck

White-Indian-RingneckHello…my husband and I just bought a IRN yesterday and she is so frisky. They say she is almost a yr old. How long for her to calm down and how old are they when they start to talk…

This is Luna… She is almost a year they say and she gets scared easily and her beak will do serious damage if she gets you

Thank you

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Feeding A Healthy Diet & Feather Plucking

grey-ringneck-pluckingHello there… i need some guidline. I got a sweety baby . attaching picture. I want to know what to feed him. Currently i am giving him cereal and chna daal. Please help me so that it could make a perfect pretty boy someday.

And another query. i have grey IRN.i bought previous year in May..Picture is attached. is he going through molting ? he is in such condition since he was 7months old. I am feeding him seeds. peas, apple, banana. (daily bath) Plz.guide. When would he have his tale all grown up again. and feathers all shiny.

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