Our expert says:
As you know Conure's are an ideal family pet although they do have destructive tendencies and thus require constant stimulation. I suspect that the behavior your bird is expressing is adaptive behavior and this could be difficult to change. If you feel that his/her behavior is a problem then I would suggest getting the assistance of an avian vet / other owners to discuss the matter.
You can determine the sex of the bird thought DNA testing. You must remove feathers and send these to a laboratory for testing. If you are interested then discuss with a breed society/veterinary practice.
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