My linnies, Caspar and Emrys, came to me clipped. And it's taken For.Ever. for their flight feathers to come back. Emrys still is a little lopsided and still needs to replace maybe 3 on one wing, but Caspar has a full set on both sides. I am unsure if they got to fledge. I got them in September '18 when they were about 6 months old. They've had a few instances where one will fall off a perch while out of their cage and Caspar will readily hop on a perch while Emrys is terrified and I have to quickly scoop him up. I have been unable to train them as they're a bonded pair and like I said, Emrys is terrified/not the smartest (but so adorable!), and Caspar can be over protective of him and I haven't tried to separate them for a while. Caspar won't step on a perch unless it's "emergency transport." So today I put a millet spray a bit far enough from their cage (they have a dome top that opens on top and I let them hang out up there) so they'd try to "jump." They wanted that millet so bad! (Linnies are part hog) Eventually Emrys took a leap and ended up on the floor, but when I scooped him up he flew a short distance back to his cage. Caspar just wouldn't do it. After all this back story about them, I'm basically looking for suggestions on how to encourage them to try. I know that they may never fly due to the clip, especially if they didn't fledge, but my lovebird came to me clipped as well and she's an excellent flier now, so I want to try. I'd love for them to be flighted.