Tinga seems to need a more stimulating environment.
In a new effort to make her life more interesting, in a way that doesn't involve having her cling to my shirt while I'm trying to work, I decided to repurpose the Chumby from alarm clock to bird entertainer.
OK, so look for something to put on the screen. How about this one: "Neotropical Birds." Sounds good, even if the picture are mostly of little tweety birds.
Now for some audio. Main reason for using the Chumby is that classical radio has become unavailable around here, so for a classical station one must resort to internet radio. Lessee... Shoutcast... "Venice Classic Radio" sounds like a good one to try. Set it up, hit play, and hear the middle of something by Respighi.
No prize for guessing which piece by Respighi... think I picked the right channel?
Anyway, we shall see if that keeps her amused at all. Maybe eventually I'll set up a cage-mountable peckscreen computer and let her change the channel, play video games, etc.
(Might actually be a good use for one of those crappy-cheap Android mini-tablets. I'm not sure a capacitive touchscreen would work with a beak anyway, and it's not like she's going to use multitouch, so the resistive sensor might even be advantageous. Just so she doesn't spend her days playing Nyancat.)