08-02-2019, 11:26 AM
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I'd recommend that you separate the two budgies and start over from the beginning with the taming of Snot (I must say I really don't like that name for a pet budgie! ) Put his cage in a different room from that of Charlie for a period of a month or so and work with them individually on a regular and consistent basis. At the end of that period, put their cages next to one another and then slowly re-introduce them to one another in neutral territory.
Flock dynamics always change when a bird is added or subtracted so what you are going through is not unexpected at all.
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