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The problem with Quora is that anecdotal answers are opinions, not answers.
Another problem with answering this question is where would we find benchmarks for bird happiness?
I know when my ringneck is happy eating because he talks to his food.
If anyone walks into a room where he was alone for more than 2 minutes he will insist on “conversation: with him doing most of the talking.
But communicating his happiness or displeasure about any of his birdcages (he has 4), is something still opaque to me.
I have a 3-year-old Milagold Macaw, and his name is Rainbow.
Rainbow likes to bite and nibble things, like my clothes, my arm and whatever he can get.
How do I get him to stop, my arm has a lot of bruises from this, is there bird training classes for this or do I just tape his mouth close (LOL) please tell me what I should do?
In response to our Nov 4th 2019 Birdie Brunch
Rio Hemmings commented
I agree that birds will land on any perch in the wild, but caged life is different, they have to sit on the same perch all day so it needs to be comfortable, I do gymnastics and pole so I know how uncomfortable and painful it is when the pole is too wide I can’t work with it.
Green Witch asks
I’ve been enjoying your emails for some time now.
I have an umbrella and a citron cockatoo.
We’ve been searching for two manzanita branches and just haven’t found the perfect ones yet.
Would you be able to direct me in the right direction to find a good and safe branch for them?