Discussion in 'Conure Court' started by parsaxyz, 3/18/17.
Thankyou all again, you have no idea how much I appreciate all of your input and concern!
He loves you already.
AA members are the best!
Amen to that!
Mine have all done this before. It's almost as if they are " feeling" me with a quiver of their wings that they are still nestled by me. It's always been when they are resting on me.
I think if it was neurological, it would happen more on a consistent basis no matter the location.
I have had cheeky for a year and six mo. She has always flicked her wings when she snuggles up next to my neck. I've attributed it to my hair tickling her and causing itch. That may not be it but she doesn't do it any other time and her vet checks have all been good.
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