I 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.
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
Hello 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.
Whelp, I made spaghetti for dinner and thought my birds would like a taste of it. For me, it’s so important my birds be able to try all kinds of foods. Besides, the spaghetti was somewhat nutritious as it had eggplant, tomatoes, mushrooms, and lots of herbs. All that tomato sauce is perfect for them as it allows my ringnecks to get their lycopene. This nutrient is important because it boosts their antioxidants and gives them the proper nutrients for optimal skin and feathers.