Hello, everyone. I'm having a problem with my Quaker Parrot and only just now realized that he overpreens his feathers. His belly and back have been reduced to down, he very frequently preens and nibbles his feathers, and I notice him ending up accidentally plucking out feathers and promptly tossing them away. (Pictures can be provided if you'd like.) I think he's bored. We provide him with gnawing toys and swings, but the only thing he really enjoys playing with is his mirror and bell. (He doesn't really pay much attention to his reflection, but he likes pushing around the bell a whole lot.) He enjoys picking at blankets, shredding toilet paper, and biting my clothes, but that's about it. He has wood, twine balls, popsicle sticks, etc available to him, but he refuses to do anything with his toys. I've attempted foraging toys, too, as he simply adores food, to no avail. Even outside of his cage he overpreens, he'll be sitting on a pillow or waddling around on my sister's bed and suddenly begin preening himself. I try to discourage it, but I'm just stumped. He frequently gets baths and he doesn't seem to have any skin problems, so I believe his main problem is boredom. How do I get him to play with his toys and stop this destructive behavior?