Sorry to put a little damper on you post as we all love the morning humer but with this site it is open to all ages and that includes children. please do not take things the wrong way I do not want you to stop but please just keep in mind we have all ages visit this site. i will tag @DizzyBlue...
Hello and welcome, The problem of the feather being so scruffy may be down to being in a cage that is not desined to house a B&G, the damage looks more like what you will see if a bird catches its tail as it moves.
Good morning all, A cloudy start but dry, been up most of the night again although I did fall asleep for an hour and a half yesterday evening. I have been worried about one of my flock as I had not seen it for four days despite looking in all the nooks a crannies I could think off. its not...
Good evening all, its been one of them days, people knocking telephone calls nearly non stop, had to nip out a few times Along with my normal busy routine and not sleeping at all last night I think I may dose off a little early tonight. hope you have all had a good day
The female ringnecks way of trying to bond is to act submissive, this is what your bird is doing, it is not just used at times of matting young females can act kike this when they want just to be friends, or show they are part of the flock
Hello and Welcome, This is a good question, I wonder if we have any other budding artists with birds that know the answer, I will tag @DizzyBlue to see if she knows the answer or can direct you to finding out.