Naw, I'm stuck with it. It's traumatic on them to keep changing their homes and environments like that. And I'm already it's third owner. It's here until it dies of old age.parrots make crapy pets ,... just sell it !
muscia numbre uno !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =UzY2zIRQdrIXX&feature=rel ated
I've had a little bit of success with it so far. At first you couldn't even put your hand in it's cage to clean. Now at least I can do that. Plus it even takes treats from my hand without biting me now. It's slowly starting to trust me. SLOWLY. We're making progress... It is what it is..
And I only paid a VERY slight re-homing fee for it. It's bird 'castle' alone is worth hundreds of dollars and I only gave $100.00 for the whole set up, toys, cage, started bucket of food, etc. I knew what I was getting into beforehand. It hadn't been worked with previously.
The 'blue and green winged wonder bird' isn't at fault here. Whoever bought it when it was young and didn't care for it properly is.
You never know. Maybe in a year or so, I'll have it sitting on my hand. I have all the time in the world these days and can't take long vacations with all the critter babyies I already have here anyway.