Sorry nobody has posted and I have been watching because I'm
not really sure of what to say unless maybe he thinks your
toes are his to have and hold! HA
My green cheeks arent like that but I do have a Congo that I
adopted in May that goes after MENS toes but not mine. Is
there a way you can clip its wings (just a little) to maybe
slow it down till it gets over this time if it is just its
hormones? Thats a good age for them to kick in and some
birds do weird stuff during that time too. I hope someone
else helps so maybe we can both learn something new.
On 12/04/06, lon wrote:
> My male Sun Conure has just started flying down to my feet
> and biting them. He is two and he and his sister have
> their own cages. Nothing new has happened recently. I'm
> hoping it's hormones or age (terrible 2's).
> Not sure what to do, aside from wearing slippers and
> hoping he gets over it.
> He's obsessed and flaps while looking down at my feet.. he
> then flys to them and bites them when I move.
> I can sit with him on my feet and he won't bite them - as
> long as i don't move.
> Otherwise he is the perfect little man - steps up, he's
> pottie trained - flys on command, lays on his back. All
> the good stuff...
> any ideas? anyone seen this behavior before??