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Although Peanut won't let us touch her yet, she is partially stick trained. We either let her climb back to her cage or we get her on the stick to lift her back (she screams and doesn't like it, but with patience it can be accomplished). We don't have the concern with her flying away from us as we try to get her. They unfortunately pinioned her (cut off the end section of one wing) so she can never fly again. How sad for a bird to never be able to fly. So much about her past life breaks my heart. She generally stays on her cage and even goes back into the inside of the cage at night time. The first few nights were tough, but she's in the routine now. The top of her cage opens and to teach her "night night" I had to gently lay the cover over the cage and her to coax her back inside the cage. She loves to come out, even though she's not real social yet.

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