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  1. Training and Bonding
    So I got my tiel 5 days ago. She's generally really calm and doesn't get spooked by much, is seemingly hand-fed/hand-reared and doesn't have a problem with hands. She doesn't know how to step up but will climb onto my hand if I offer her millet. I talk to her often both when she's in the cage...
  2. Training and Bonding
    I have had my baby boy fez (tiel) for about 18 months now and we have never had any issues with him. We got him when he was only 7 weeks old and he was showered with attention when we were in lockdown. In Australia, things are back to normal which means that he had to adjust to a lot more alone...
  3. Cockatiel Talk
    I have had a male cockatiel, Loki, for over a year. He is not the friendliest bird and wont come out of his cage most of the time. Since he doesn't like being handled as much, I found a female cockatiel, Freya, for him to spend time with/bond with (hopefully). I had my parents watching them...
  4. Training and Bonding
    I have had my cockatiel Flapjack for a little over a year now. I got him when he was only a few months old. We have a very good bond and I can do stuff like pet, hold, cuddle, and feed him. Recently I had burned myself so I put a Band-Aid on my finger. He was scared of my finger whenever I...
  5. Training and Bonding
    Hello I recently bought my first cockatiel. I'd let him get used to the enviroment for about 2-3 weeks, and then started to interact with him. I've repeatedly put my hand in his cage, slowly moving it towards him. After a couple of times, when I putted my finger really close to him, he had...
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