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Brandon, I would say yes...cover all but the front. Considering what you know about his being stressed right now, I think it is the best thing you can do to help him feel secure and settle down. Leave a dim light or nightlight on for him tonight too...:)
 
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Suggest you get a reference on cockatiels to learn about their history and care needs. There are some good books out there. I cover my birds at night to keep the night chills out. Have you given this bird a name yet?
 

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Keep him covered like that for a couple day's and just talk to him. When he get's comfy, you and he will become good friends in no time, but it has to be at his speed....:)
 

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K i opened his cage door and he didnt come out at first so i used a small perch and he stepped up.this happened when i was bringing him to the vet now were home and hes sitting on the curtain cleaning himself and chirping hes fully flighted too should they be clipped or should i leave him
 

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You may want to crush those pellets though, they tend to be a bit too big and hard for smaller beaks. You can put them in a Ziploc bag and smash them to make crumbs smaller.
I would love to see some pictures of your African grey and your new cockatiel :)
 
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