been sitting next to his cage more and leaving the door open with my hands close he seems calmer but still wont take anything from me, he was out of the cage a while ago and turning off the lights made it easier to catch him but not with bare hands I had to catch him with a towel
Its important they you do not scare the parrot with a towel, as vets will often use a towel, and also you dont want to increase the parrots fear of you. The best time to let him out is when you have lots of time, and can use a favorite treat to lure him back to the cage, or when he gets hungry or thirsty on his own and returns to the cage.
great news me and Crowley have become good friends he plays out of his cage everyday and goes back without using towels or scooping he lands on my arm or hand still doesn't accept my husband and hides behind my back when ever he sees him
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