Make sure the birds exercise daily. Daily exercise is recommended for all birds that are benign and can be taken care of safely. If you have a finch bird that cannot be held, this is not a problem. However, if you keep the bird you want to hold, which is kept in a small cage and requires extra exercise, be sure to let your birds exercise daily. Remember to not do it in a dangerous room, such as a kitchen (birds can be exposed to a hot pot).
Birds do not like being caged every day. You can release the birds from their cages regularly and the birds will be happier. This action is required if you want to have a healthy relationship with your bird; birds can suffer greatly if caged in a cage at any time because naturally, birds usually fly a great distance in their home environment.
Give a lot of attention to the bird. If you get a lot of attention, birds will be happier and will show more affection as a pet than an unnoticed bird. In some cases, sufficient attention can reduce the embarrassment in some species of birds, because the introductions create tranquility.