Scream some more!!!!
Your finger looks like a big worm! Scream!!!
When we dropped him in an aquarium full of crickets, his mouth became too full to scream. This was a twice-daily ritual while he was still ground-bound. (He also got mealworms.)
In three days, B.J. had learned to fly and was cruising all over our yard. I stopped feeding him; it was time for him to grow up.
But B.J. was accustomed to being waited on, so he still hung around our house SCREAMING for crickets and mealworms.
When you walked out the back door, there was B.J., sitting on the grill. He'd start screaming as soon as you appeared, and wouldn't let up until you went back inside.
He screamed in your ear while riding on your shoulder.
He screamed at you from the lawn mower handle WHILE you were mowing the lawn.
He even screamed at the dogs while clinging to their backs.
Finally, about a week later, I guess he got the hint: no more handouts! We saw him less and less, and one day he just disappeared altogether.
I hope he found a nice mate and had some lovely children.