In the Brooder
- Apr 29, 2014
Hi, thanksgiving morning my bird escaped the cage on the front porch. I was going to put new food in and he took off. He went around the house and up in a oak tree. He then spent about three hours flying around singing like a fool tree to tree. He would buzz me but he wouldn't land on the ground. I spent three hours or more getting him to come to me for food. I guess he got hungry and landed on a low branch to get his layer pellet from me and I grabbed him. Does anyone know a better way should this happen again? Is it better not to chase him around the yard but wait for him to go into the cage himself? This was my first time he got out in the yard. Thanks for any advice from experience.