My poor little Mars Bar. When Kamara was picked up by peace officers and brought to the Humane Society, she was immediately clipped. They didn't know any better, and clip every bird for the sake of 'safety'. We know that before that Kamara was able to fly, and very well, because she was flying from tree to tree trying to evade rescue when she was spotted. Unfortunately, being once such an amazing flier has ingrained in her head that she can still fly, and that leads to a lot of thumps and bumps to the floor as she hasn't molted back in her full set of flights. She takes off when she spooks, when she wants to go somewhere in the room, when she wants to follow me...and every time, she hits the ground like a sack of bricks. Experience hasn't yet taught her her lesson, and honestly I'm worried that if she gets too afraid to use her wings she won't fly once she has her feathers back. I have ladders and perches all over the room so she doesn't have to fly to travel, and she uses them, but still tries to fly. I have blankets and foam tiles all over the floor to protect her, but it probably still hurts to fall. So basically, I need advice. Is there anything else I can do? I'm anxious she's going to do herself serious injury, when she already has disabilities due to her mangled feet. I love her so much and it's agony to see her suffer.