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Question noise pollution

Bob is contact calling most of the day.
He does it if I'm in the room, but mostly when I'm not.
Covering him doesnt work.
It is an earsplitting peep peep for those who've never heard it.
My husband thinks he should go outside, on the barbeque!

What do I do?
Please help?

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Hmm, that's odd. Maybe he is literally begging for your attention. That or there is something he really hates in the room? Have you put something new in there? Some birds hate change

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No, its just tidier than it used to be!
If he was better behaved, he could spend more time out!

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AZ & Athena make noise all day long, they only stop when they are sleeping. Is it truly a contact call or does it sound more like one of those toy guns kuds have? Irns seem to be a very noisy species we have it in stereo here. My hubby would also like to have some Kentucky fried Ringneck.

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It's definatly the peep peep! loud noise.
The kissing noise is fine.
I just wonder what it is he needs?
he does it when ~I'm in the room as well.

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