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It isn't surprising that your bird is upset, since she's still very young and is in a completely new place without her previous family. I've had new cockatiels who screamed when they were new to my home. It takes a lot of time, patience and--especially--attention while she builds a bond with you and feels secure in knowing that you will not leave her. The ...


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The way I understand, you have her for only a few days / weeks. That is usually too short for the bird to learn to trust you and befriend you. On the other hand (if the video is with your bird, not something random from the net) the bird is actually trying to communicate with you. If you do not understand whatever she is saying, it is your problem :) Joke ...


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"Safe" is an illusion. The "safest" thing to do is to not being born. I know parrots who eat a little bit of chocolate now and then. They are still alive. Xylitol is not "artificial", it is birch sugar. Some people seem to compare it to aspartame (which is complete and utter nonsense). Some people also seem to think that the ...


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