Bird traveling question
(North pole, Alaska, united states)
I'm going on a weekend trip in a couple of weeks and can't find a bird sitter for my green cheek conure (At least not one I trust leaving him with). The drive is about 6-7 hours and I will be staying with a close friend for 2 nights and three days. My question is can I bring my green cheek with me or will this stress him out to much?
I know they are good at hiding illness and I don't want to take him and him get stressed and something happen in the middle of the trip away from his vet. His travel cage is rather spacious for him and I will let him out with me as often as I can on the trip. Is this a horrible idea or will he be ok on the trip if I can't find a sitter and take him?
I would really rather take him because I am very attached to him and like him with me as much as possible, but not if it's risky for his health. He did just have his wellness exam last week and his vet said he is doing good, just thought I'd add that in in case it helps determine if he can go or not. Thanks in advance!