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MarkGreen

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  1. MarkGreen

    Rapid Whole Body Bobbing

    Yes indeed, I sometimes wonder at it myself! I think Pip has loads of pics of George and Charlie on her Flickr account. Perhaps she could link you to some. Pip? :-)
  2. MarkGreen

    Rapid Whole Body Bobbing

    Well, been a member for over a year, so thought I'd better post. . . at least once! :-) I've started setting up a rope/toy/climbing area above the cages now, and George seems to be very accepting of the changes. He hasn't ventured up there yet but. . . . . watch this space.
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    Rapid Whole Body Bobbing

    Thanks Leslie for that. He's definately happy. i couldn't decide if it's a spontaneous/involuntary action. PS He's currently regurgitating for Pip, and she's pretending to eat the gift. Yuk! :-)
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    Rapid Whole Body Bobbing

    My newly acquired African Grey does this rather marvellous whole body bobbing up and down action. It appears to be random, and will often happen as I approach George or talk to him from a distance. It's not a regurgitating action, that's a different action, and he appears to be happy. My Amazon has never does this, and Pip's (forum member) African Grey also does the whole body bobbing. Any ideas?
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