I expected him to hang around for supplementary feeding. They all do for a while, as oceansedge and james_b saw when they were greeted by hungry hungry peewees. "I'm hungry! It's scary! I'm hungry! World's too big! I'm hungry!" but eventually they stop coming back. Hours passed today and no sign of the peewee. I wondered if he was in the front yard and went out to look. I took with me my trusty Peewee Food Poking Stick, a plastic chopstick, and stood in the middle of the yard. No peewees in sight, but way up the road I heard a young one call out. About two blocks away was a tiny black & white form flying as fast as he could toward me, screaming for food. He zoomed around my head and followed me round the back. He saw the open cage, zoomed inside and began begging. "I'm hungry! It's scary! I'm hungry! World's too big! I'm hungry!" I shut the door.
Okay, so he's not quite ready but the experience will help him later. I'll try again tomorrow.
When he's gone I will be without bird or animal in care for the first time in 6 months.