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Hi,

Albie is settling in well I think, he's chirping and eating and moving all around his cage.

 

The question I have is he often hops onto his fav perch - the one closest to us and farthest from the walls, and he steps sideways back and forth. I'm sure he's trying to let us know something I just haven't figured it out. he seems happy, not aggitated when he does this. Is he jsut trying to join in on our activities or is he tryingto get our attention cause he needs something?

 

What do you think? Do your budgies do this? Is is normal?

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when im taming ababy they do this to show they want to come out to be with me '

are you taming him does he come out as maybe hes trying to say hey im here i could deal with your company right about now

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Hi,

Albie is settling in well I think, he's chirping and eating and moving all around his cage.

 

The question I have is he often hops onto his fav perch - the one closest to us and farthest from the walls, and he steps sideways back and forth. I'm sure he's trying to let us know something I just haven't figured it out. he seems happy, not aggitated when he does this. Is he jsut trying to join in on our activities or is he tryingto get our attention cause he needs something?

 

What do you think? Do your budgies do this? Is is normal?

 

Ad already mentioned, he would probably just want to be out with you. Most of the time, I get my budgies out and just sit them on the top of the cage. They are content to watch us do our daily activites, and they dont feel like there is a "barrier" between us ie. cage bars.

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Thanks for the replies. My hubby guessed right then! He said it lookied as if he was trying to get our attention and to get out. We've had him a week now and we're still getting him used to our hand. He's still pretty skittish when we put our hand in.

We'll endeavour to pay some extra attention when he's doing his L-R thing!

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