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– what you probably didn’t know ~ You feel it’s best to clip your bird’s wings – right?
A lot of you know us well, but many of you don’t. To be clear – we’re here to help whether you want to keep your bird flighted or flightless. We can talk about flight training and explore “degrees” of clipping.
Most importantly we want you to know birds use their wings for more than flight, like balance when on their feet and muscle strength maintenance.
They were separated shortly thereafter Most of our birds are rescues - we did help hatch 3 of the 8 rescued budgies Note brief cameo of me with beard tucked…
Keeping pet birds flighted is a topic of debate among bird owners and enthusiasts. Some argue that it is important to keep birds flighted for their physical and mental health,…
Hello. I enjoy your Sunday post very much. I have a question.
I’ve one bird fully flighted 6 months old. I’ve a second bird less than six months old with clipped wings. It seems the fully flighted bird bullys the clipped bird. I house them separately and give them free flight separately.