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Unhappy How do i hand tame my very wild plum head (female) parrot. .very confuse?

Hey guys plese i need help and tips to tame my plum head she is very wild because from where I bought her was a place where the pets were treated poorly.on the first day she bite me and it was very much that my finger bleeds i dont usually involve my hand while in contact with her i have another plum head male who is very nice and loves me a lot butwhen she see me loving him she makes a wild noise which means to stay away from him lol i have no idea how to treat her she never eats from my hand i have tried a lot but after some time i jus leave it in her cage so that i make sure she eats her food she likes to explore alot after some time she gets use to of us but she is still untame when whenever I come near thecage to keep some thing she jumps from her stand andgoes in corner of the cage i have put a lot of playfull toyf for her she plays a lot with them but shenever gets on my hand or eat from it she still tries to bite mt finger andsometimes when i talk to her she makes a wild noise at me ...please helpme out here im really disappointed what should ido to make her use to of me and tame her...thankyou much help is appreciated
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How long have you had her for? I would personally leave her be for a while because she seems quite stressed out. Once you've given her some peace and quiet I would start approaching her by sitting by the cage for a good hour a day or so so she can see you better and get used to you being near by. When you get the chance, hold your male while she is watching. If she sees another bird being comfortable with you then she will know you aren't a threat. If he trusts you then so can she. Feed her smaller, measured meals at set times during the day and don't offer treats unless you begin training her. To start with, just put the odd desirable food item in her bowl and let her go over to it and eat it. Once she associates you with treats she may take something from you through the bars if it is something she really likes. Mine particularly enjoy a grape, quartered. I'll leave it there as that's only the beginning but if you want further and more in-depth advice then please feel free to message me
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