Dear Conure lovers,
From the subject all will understand the problem. Our Nandayus Conureis so attached to me and my wife (in my ... just spoiling this intelligent parrot ( always free flying in our large condo.) The parrot reciprocates with her loving behavior.

Does anybody in this esteemed group have any ideas?

It is probably a common problem. I am very thankful for any creative suggestions.
Uri (Toronto.CA)
Dear Conure lovers,

From the subject all will understand the problem. Our Nandayus Conure

is so attached to me and my wife (in my absence), that I can hardly believe she could manage (to ... group have any ideas? It is probably a common problem. I am very thankful for any creative suggestions. Uri (Toronto.CA)

Making arrangements for her care in the future can be done now. Choose wisely and make sure the person or organization you choose agrees to the arrangement. Document the plan so the person who needs to know what to do can follow your instructions if you are not able to direct things.

Of course your bird will miss you but she will manage. Survival is part of the great intelligence you already know she possesses.

I wouldn't change a thing if it works for all of you.

Sincerely,
Joanne
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Dear Conure lovers,

From the subject all will understand the problem. Our Nandayus Conure

is so attached to me and my wife (in my absence), that I can hardly believe she could manage (to ... group have any ideas? It is probably a common problem. I am very thankful for any creative suggestions. Uri (Toronto.CA)

Recently I had to call Marc Marrone of Parrots of the World in NY on Long Island to ask if he'd take in an Amazon, Sun Conure and a Cockatiel and he said absolutely, just drop them off and he would find great homes for them.
If nobody in your family will care for the bird, please do not leave it to them. Find someone in your area who will definitely care for it should anything happen to you.
Dear Conure lovers,

From the subject all will understand the problem. Our Nandayus Conure

is so attached to me and my wife (in my absence), that I can hardly believe she could manage (to ... group have any ideas? It is probably a common problem. I am very thankful for any creative suggestions. Uri (Toronto.CA)

Find someone with an appropriaate bird family, preferably with other Nandays in a free flighted environment who would be willing to take them should something happen you. Leave them to that person or group in your will. If your Nanday can be with other Nandays or with humans who know how to get along with birds she'll be ok. Sure she'll miss you, but birds like humans will usually adapt to the loss of a loved one.

I have one conure, a Blue Crown. He loves anyone who gives him attention and cuddles him.
If you can't find a friend or family memeber that you trust to give the bird a great, permanent home, then you should contact a local bird club. They usually have bird adoption programs. The members are devoted bird owners. The club near me regulalry checks on the adopted birds, and the new owners are not allowed to sell the bird or pass it on to another. It comes back to the club.
Dave
A firm thank you to all who took the time to answer me re the problem I have and which I take very seriously. Some of the suggestions are very interesting and I certainly will investigate what's best for my joyful Conure.
It's not the first time members of this group extend their helping hand. This is a great group and I am glad I found the contact to you. - Uri