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. I am still new to this forum, as well, but I can guarantee that this is a warm, friendly community. The images of your baby conure are absolutely precious! Thank you for sharing!
As for the biting thing -- I think it is ingrained parrot behavior -- and you can only be patient with these birds, about this. I have not had our Sweetheart parakeet out of her cage, yet -- but she shows her affection by coming close to me, in her cage, when I sit beside her in a chair next to the cage. She likes to play by nipping at my fingertips or knuckles -- and I mention, softly, "be gentle" and praise her when she is
Eventually I can see her becoming comfortable enough to venture out of her cage -- but this is something I am willing to wait for to happen with right timing. In her previous home, it was assumed that a parakeet stays in a cage, but both my partner, J., and I would like to interact with her further than that. You are lucky to be able to interact with your conure, outside of the cage -- wonderful! *hugs* Sweet Parakeet