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Molting Alexes

Discussion in 'Ringneck and other Keet Street' started by Valkyria, 11/26/17.

  1. Valkyria

    Valkyria Walking the driveway

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    OMG my green giants are looking so unkept right now, the living room is a sea of feathers. They had a shower with me today upon walking out of shower they both shook and I got covered in feathers only the tar missing me thinks.
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  2. My birb

    My birb Moving in

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    -They probably molting right now as all birds do this often too keep there feathers healthy. Make sure to not ‘stress’ out your bird during molting as so stress bars don’t form.

    ~What’s his name he looks so cute
     
  3. WendyN

    WendyN Biking along the boulevard Celebirdy of the Month Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Spotlight Award

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  4. Elrav

    Elrav Meeting neighbors

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    My female alex is molting her tail feathers right now and it looks quite comical when she stands beside the male with his long, beautiful tail and her's is almost half the size.
     

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