Quaker acting like a baby bird
My three year old Quaker is suddenly acting like a baby bird. No other things have changed with the personality, temperament or diet. It seems that when I am eating, she won't take what I offer her but flies to my shoulder and starts pecking at my mouth because she wants to be fed from it. She bonded with me and would not go near anyone else except now when my husband is eating she will fly to him and demand food from his mouth too.
Every time the bird hears a package crackle or silverware and dishes clanking, she chirps for food, even when she's covered for the night. She gets a variety of fruits, veggies, seeds and pellets so she can't be hungry. I have been trying to eat in secret because she is so obnoxious about joining in. Meals were always a family affair and she would eat her food or come down and eat from a little dish I prepared for her but suddenly that's not good enough and she has to try and eat from our mouths. Even when I don't have anything in my mouth she's pecking away at it looking for food.
What can I do to stop this? She doesn't take no for an answer and gets really mad.