yesterday i rescued a scaly breasted lorikeet. my dog had it in it's mouth (don't worry he is two kilos with no teeth the lorikeet is fine) and since the dog is in no way capable of taking a bird from its nest, i assume that the lorikeet has fallen from its nest. The lorikeet (known as gummy) has no flight feathers and his eyes are quite large in comparison to my other lorikeets but apart from that looks almost full grown. I've spent a lot of time with him and he is almost fully tame, happily accepting back rubs and will step up easily (we had to work on this but he became comfortable very quickly). I noticed to lorikeets hanging around his cage, and today when i let him out side to run around, came up to him and fed him. I'm quite sure they are gummy's parents. I've worked out where his nest is, and it's wayyyyy too high for me to get to. so what do I do? do i keep looking after him and giving him visits until he can fly away? Will he not be accepted back after human contact and i should just keep him? Is there a way for me to get him back to his parents that doesnt involve him flying? PS. i live on farmland so this is definetly not a runaway pet! Please help!