And that day came. You bought the parrot and brought it home. You must be aware that life has changed from that moment on. Nothing will be the same as before. I do not think that I should mention that you are buying a parrot exclusively from a breeder or someone who deals with parrots. Not in the store! I described it in the first post. Where you bought a bird ask what the bird was fed to continue with the same or similar food. Do not change food fast because this parrot will not like it and it will repel it for a while and starve it, and it is not good for it (her). As the parrot has changed the environment for him, it is a great stress, and if the food is changed fast ........
With the arrival of a parrot in your home, remember that it will take some time to acclimatize. You have to bear in mind that this parrot came from a completely different environment where he was in contact with other birds, and now suddenly some new space, some new faces, and perhaps most importantly, it remains alone. Of course, it remains alone until he meets the new family.
It is a recommendation that when you make a parrot in a house, try to arrange for the first time if it is possible that someone is always home, and how much more communicable (talk) can give him the rewards to feel as comfortable as possible.
The adaptation of the parrot depends on how it was raised. If it was fed manually, and even socialized then there should be no major problems, but if it was fed by the parent and did not work with it but taken from the parent and sold to you then you will have to spend a lot more effort and time to first conquare it and then everything else.
In any case you have to know that with the parrot there is nothing fast or violence. Have any action with him, have patience. Do not force something to work if you see the parrot refusing. If you are insistent and the parrot rejects it, you will become nervous, disinterested in further participation in the game, exercises, .... As a sign of defense can even bite you, and the worst thing that can happen is that the bird freezes this action and will refuse execution in the future. So if the parrot is unattractive and refuses execution, do not insist, stop the action, and leave the parrot in peace.
If you notice that the parrot is afraid when approaching the cage, move away and leave it for a while. The bird needs to get dressed. She initially sees you as an enemy and needs time to realize that you are a friend of her.
If the parrot is manually deafened and there is no more fear after a few days start to release it out of the cage. If your parrot goes hand in hand, take it and wear it to know the space in which it will live. You need to know that your parrot will initially be afraid of anything and everything until it gets dressed.
Only when the bird meets an apartment where it will live and things in it, and it will not be afraid of them, then the real enjoyment begins.
Also keep in mind that I have already written in one post so that the parrot, when you are in the house, leaves it free, that it feels part of the family (flocks), not locked in the cage, neglected and forgotten, not to become part of the inventory . Because only a free parrot will be a happy parrot.