I have a GCC of indeterminate age (I think she's around 6-7) that has a fisted foot. Princess can and does perch, but she'll often have three toes going forward instead of two, and she doesn't have the best stability with it. When she's on a flat surface, she keeps the foot fisted and just plugs along with it when she walks. I adopted her a few years back. She was very "anti-human" at the time and didn't want to be handled, so once her flight feathers came back in, I got her to fly from her cage to the hang out counter that is about four feet away. She'll also fly back to the cage. Flying on flat surfaces or things she can "cling" to (like the side of the cage) seem to be her preference - if she freaks out, she'll try for the top of her cage and if that doesn't work out, anything she can cling to like a bat (grabbing it horizontally rather than perching atop it). I'd like to keep working on her flight, particularly recall for if/when she gets startled as she's a pretty nervous nellie as it is... but am a bit stumped on what to have her flying to/from for training. Should I just wrap a towel around my arm and have her fly to me? Before I got her comfortable with my hands, she would hop onto a towel for me, so she's comfortable with that. Or should I vet tape or towel up a perch for her to fly to? If I do that, should I try a regular perch or a platform type? Any ideas would be appreciated.