Hi, I've had 2 budgies for a little over 2 months now i think and I'm trying to work on being able to take them out of the cage. Both of them have free time with the cage door open to roam around the safe room as they please, they are very comfortable outside the actual cage, as in climbing around the outside or perching outside the cage and they both like to fly around a little bit but land back on the cage. One of the birds is very comfortable around my hands as he's a very funny, lazy bird and i swear he signals me to help him around the cage If he doesn't feel like going over himself so he's almost constantly on my hand or eating from my hand, he loves to play with his toys while still keeping his one foot on my finger as though he's holding my hand, lol. My main question is that when i get him on my hand, even with a treat, the BEST i can do Is get him around a foot away from the cage before he flies back to it, and that's the best of times, so I'm wondering how i can get them to be comfortable with me bringing them outside of the cage without them instinctively flying back to their safe spot/cage. Because I have two birds I think i'm having a little more trouble bonding with them and I hear taking your budgie to a small, safe room is a good way to spend time bonding with them but because neither of the birds are comfortable with me moving them a long with me I'm unsure how to do this without grabbing them and I don't feel it's right to do that and I fear it will hurt my progress I've made doing so.