First, let me say, I love this site! It has really helped me with my new friend, Molly. Thanks all. Found Molly in my backyard last September 27, 2015. She is pretty wild. I had a budgie many years ago, but I really didn't know about how to care for one. So, until I found this site, I have realized I have done some things I shouldn't. Like gently grab her when I need to put her in another cage. Of course this just made her more scared of me, but I didn't know what else to do until I found your site and helpful suggestions from others. It's been a month and she is still wild and scared somewhat, so I've started over with her training and bonding this week. She eats and drinks well. I don't change cages anymore. The only time I put my hand in her cage is to clean it or give her food and water. I was trying to get her to eat a piece of millet from my fingers and got close to her chest a few times, but she wouldn't get on my finger or even try some and she'd back away after just a little bit, so I will try that much later after we bond a little more.I talk to her several times a day. Sometimes she looks at me and may **** her head, sometimes she might just ignore me or seem scared. She has a few moments of screaming and trying to get out of cage. She likes to climb upside down, sometimes close to me. It seems she is interacting with me. I hope so. She's a joy to watch. Today, I saw her upside down, bobbing her head, I thought, in her water tray. Taking a bath? When I tried to look better she quit. So I put a small tray of water on the bottom of her cage. She eyed it but I'm not sure if she used it. Thought she might have cause when I touched the door to the cage, it seemed wet. Maybe she splattered some water. So I am going to try and have more patience with her and also get her a bigger cage.