We started by making the bathroom glider safe and letting them run loose there, after that I built a room in basement we took them to and let them loose.
we can get an idea if they will come back, just run away, or if you need a good
treat to get them to come back. and the glider room is made safe so they can't
now I have 6 in a glider safe bedroom, they have pouches in the cage but I just
put up safety stuff and leave the cage doors open.
you can also try to just bring them out in the sleeping pouch, during the day
they tend to sleep and stay in the safety of the pouch, but at night they might
want to go exploring so you need to have a way to get them, my gus is very friendly but when exploring he doesn't always want to come back.
another trick, i put live mealworms, their favs, in an empty container they
come in, looks like old plastic butter container. I shake the container and the
mealworms make a perticular sound, after just alittle training, that sounds will make a hungry
glider come running. of course once they eat alot they may
be more interested in exploring but will usually come back for a LIVE MEALWORM.
paradisepets fish sticks on amazon a super fav also.