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Re: African Congo Grey and a Timneh

Posted by GreyLady on 9/09/09
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    1. I personally don't care for clicker training so maybe
    someone who is familiar with it can help. But just as a wild
    guess, if you are going to use it, I'd think taking the bird
    to a separate room for training, one at a time would be the
    way to start. Work with them in proximity to each other only
    after the training is well in place.
    2. Don't worry about volume. They will not over eat. Food
    should be available at all times. Just make sure you are
    providing a good diet that is not more than about 20% seeds.
    The rest being a good brand of pellet, a big variety of
    fruits, veggies, leafy greens, almonds, walnuts, and all the
    other safe people foods. For pellets, just finding one your
    bird will eat can be the biggest challenge. My Grey likes
    the Pretty Bird mix specifically for African birds and eats
    them pretty well. Feel free to email me if you like.