Hey all, I got rescued a cockatiel from a neglectful family about a month ago, and have started to try and tame her! She's gone a long way, and will usually step up for millet! I'm really proud of how far she's come, and how brave she's been, but we've sorta hit a brick wall! She only trusts me if I have millet, and that trust is barely there at all. I understand where she's coming from, and I'm honestly amazed at how quickly she's been going, but she hasn't really settled in all too much. I take her out of the cage several times a day to socialize, often for an hour or too (until she's had enough), but she doesn't usually do anything. Unless I'm feeding her millet, she'll just stand around on her training perch not doing much. I'll make her some foraging toys so she can play without me, but she doesn't seem interested. And at the end of a session, she'll usually get spooked by something (I dunno what), fly around, and not trust me at all. I want her to have the most enriching experience she can have while in my care, so what are some tips you all have on helping a really shy bird get settled in and enjoy themselves?