http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOr6PgUnL6Ihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dyj-xkbvFcCheney Bird finally started almost playing with me. I think he was probably telling me to leave him alone. He also likes his break scratched and will fall asleep if you scratch it long enough.
I see spaces for the videos, but the videos themselves aren’t there…
I’ve tried to fix it, but for some reason they won’t embed. I’ve read the tutorial thread, so I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. Anyway, my youtube is youtube.com/antipelargy and they’re there.
I edited it for you. Click to edit the post and look at how I did it. You only insert the short code in the URL after the v= between the youtube brackets.
Kathleen wrote:I edited it for you. Click to edit the post and look at how I did it. You only insert the short code in the URL after the v= between the youtube brackets.Thanks! That makes much more sense now.
What a cute bird! He does love his beak rub, doesn’t he. He sits still a lot longer than Scooter ever does!
Very cute beak scratching video there
He would sit there for hours if I would rub his beak that long. Little featherduster LOVES it.
Cheney Bird from that videos looks completely different like the one you’re writing about: so innocent and absolutely impossible to make any disturbing noise They’re tricky!
kaylayuh wrote:He would sit there for hours if I would rub his beak that long. Little featherduster LOVES it.Einstein also loves beak scratches. Thought it was an Einstein thing