They grey cheeks look like really neat birds. They are not something you
see around any more. I wonder why?
On 5/02/05, Cheryl wrote:
> On 5/02/05, KarenH wrote:
>> Actually any bird will sit on your head if you let it. Birds like to
>> sit at the hightest point they can. If there are 3 perches in a cage,
>> they sit at the hightest point, no matter what. It has nothing to do
>> with the type of bird or hormones, etc. It's just birds.
> Actually, that is not my experience. I know that it is true in theory,
> but this Red Belly and 1 Parrotlet are the only 2 of all I have owned
> that did this, and I have had Cockatoos, Pionus, (Pionus, due to lack
> of training, was a shoulder bird, but would never try to go to my
> head), Grey Cheeks, many smaller birds, etc.
> While caged, yes, usually, although this Red belly doesn't make a habit
> of that either, unless she is ready to go "night night", at which point
> she'll go to roost on the highest perch.
> I guess she just doesn't feel the need to be "the top bird." Who