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I agree that the best option is to remove the seed cup for a while. Feed veggies in the morning, and later remove the fresh and offer the dry. Remove the dry overnight, so he is hungry in the morning. Also I agree with offering the veggies in new ways. My BHP likes to eat food she can hold in her foot.
Also, I agree that it's best to feed the pellets separate from the seed. Pionus are particularly prone to fatty liver, obesity, and being perch potatoes. I would offer seeds only as training treats.
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