Cockatiel for sale due to not having the time unfortunately. We bought him not realising that he wasn’t tame and then shortly realised how lengthy the process of taming him would be. Of course earning a birds trust takes time but he seems to never get a mile closer to becoming tame.
He sings his songs now and then and loves to chat to himself or the birds outside, he comes up to the bars if you sit beside him and he loves some company.
Ideally he needs a household with someone who has the time to somewhat tame him and allow him to fly around etc. Or a household with other birds, i think he misses the company sometimes.
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Can come with or without cage.
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