Whenever he chirps, it's a one tone chirp. Of course he has more than one chirp, but it's rare to hear him use more than one tone or pitch in the same chirp.
Bodily mannerisms I have observed:
-One foot, one wing stretch to greet anyone who walks in the door.
-Vigorous tail wag when happy or interested in something
-Full wingspan stretch for about 10 seconds
-Rubbing beak on perches and cage bars after eating (I think that's just cleaning)
-Shaking head when I whistle to him
-Beak grinding when going to sleep
I looked up what heart wings are, and I honestly can't recall if he's ever done that or not. I'd really hate to learn I've been calling a female bird Petey for 10 years...
Last edited by PC9850; 06-25-2012 at 11:13 PM.