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This particular subject has been talked about quite a few times on here.
For overall safety reasons and in order to promote the physical and mental health of any pet bird regardless of its size, it's not recommended to take a pet bird out without being safely on a securely locked cage.
The risks of something going wrong are still present whether the bird is clipped or harnessed and to tease a bird with a false sense of freedom can be very harmful for the bird's mental health.

You mentioned your friend sold her bird because of a biting problem, that is very unfortunate and while we don't know for sure the causes, this biting behaviour could have been heightened from those outdoors adventures.

I agree with Therm, if you want a pet to be your buddy when you go out, then a dog will be the best fit.
 
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