There's already a thread on here by junglechicken about a bird returning to flight after losing that ability. This question is slightly different. Tau has never flown. Before I got her she'd spent all her time in a tiny shared cage, and when I got her her flights were so damaged I had to trim them back. She has adapted well. Looking forward now she will inevitably grow in some new flights and will need to learn to fly. I do understand that her bones will be much harder and more brittle than they would have been at fledging age. Would all thus make her more prone to injury (I imagine it would)? Should I move her into the bedroom away from all the hard furniture for training, until she has some control? I imagine a few collisions with the ceiling and a few bruises. I can also imagine she might not even want to fly now she's used to climbing everywhere, but natural instinct is to fly when scared or threatened which she has attempted on a few occasions. Does anyone have experience of this unique situation?