Try to give him a good assortment of veggies and fruits, most likely he will just throw them at first but keep offering them and he will eventually let you know what he likes. mine love those sugar snap peas that are in the pod, they like corn on the cob, grapes and leafy greens which you can weave in and out of the bars making it something to play with too. use the search engine here and make sure whatever you give him is on the safe list.i cant remember who but someone here once said seeds are like McDonalds. have fun trying out new things to eat and mine like anything i'm having so act like you love it and wont share and that's what they want. Be sure to teach him how to play alone and offer plenty of toys to occupy his time, you don't want to have a bird that is always dependant on you and cannot be happy alone for a little while. also, create a "call" word so he will know your in the house even if he cant see you,it will help him to not scream when you are out of sight and feel safe. I use various examples of Hello, like the singing hello, they know i'm close and they like having fun doing the different forms of hello. Glad you found the site!