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Unhappy training a wild and un trusting Indian ringneck

hello every one i want to know ho to tame a wild an un trusting Indian ringneck if you have a method please tell me about it please thanks to the one that reply's. kind regards bird boy
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Have a read of this thread ~ https://www.talkparrots.com/showthread.php?t=6054

And this one ~ https://www.talkparrots.com/showthread.php?t=5518

I train completely wild aviary birds very successfully using clicker and mutual training
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Where did you get your birdie from?

Follow those training advices, they are great. Patience, positive reinforcement are the main things which eventually will show success.
Sit with her and talk calmly.

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Awwww, just seen a pic of Alley, you are so kind and good at heart to take her in, but please, before you want to start training her, she needs to be in a better shape, strong and healthy.
Atm she looks to me as if she suffers and an animal who suffers won't respond to any training, it would be stress for her.

All my fingers crossed to get her back into shape and healthy and happy.

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As long as she must become strong and healthy you could begin earning her trust with food.
The last winter was very cold in Germany. I was in my garden looking what happened after I filled the bird feeder.
A hungry IRN was sitting above me in the cherry tree. I'm sure she was afraid of me, but she saw the sunflower seeds. And what did she do? She flew down to the bird feeder and began to eat.
Do you already know you little ladie's favorite foods?
What do you offer her?
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