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Old 04-09-2017, 04:13 AM
Caitlyn Caitlyn is offline
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Location: Washington, USA
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Default Red tail "chirping?"

I trapped my passage male RT almost a week ago. So far everything is going great! He's hopping to the glove for food as of last night. He's a little lean, so I fed him up during the initial manning and am very slowly dropping his weight. He's extraordinarily tame - probably because he lives in my bedroom.
The last two days he has started chirping. He does it when I approach him on his perch, sometimes when I look at him, and often when I'm casually stroking his chest. I raise chickens, and the chirp is equivalent to a chick but louder. He does it regardless of whether he has a full or empty crop. The vocalizaion is not accompanied by any indication of nervousness. So what the heck does it mean!?
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