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Bird Separation Anxiety

Bird separation anxiety is a neurological distress response exhibited by some birds when they are left alone or separated from the person or people to whom they are most attached. Bird separation anxiety should not be lightly dismissed as something the bird will “get over.” Examining the causes of bird separation anxiety and working to alleviate it will be well worth the effort, for both you and your bird.

As with many other species, bird separation anxiety is more often seen in very young or very old birds. Birds in their middle years do not as readily tend to display this problem. One cause for a bird in its middle years to display bird separation anxiety is when he has a recurrence of it from a younger age. This age discrepancy may be due to the fact that older and younger birds are more reliant on their human companions than birds in their middle years.