Golden Conure: To Clip Or Not To Clip? How Bonnie’s Flight Wings Are Doing #parrot_bliss #parrot

Cutting a parrots wings is called‘clipping’ —

This used to be a very common practice to keep a parrot as a pet. However, perceptions of the treatment of parrots have improved so that many now think that it is unkind to clip a parrots 🦜 wings. They also think that it keeps the parrot from being able to fly and from being able to take care of themselves. A parrot that cannot takeoff and take flight is like the proverbial –sitting duck!

In this video I’ll give you an update on Bonnie’s wing development and talk to you about two other parents we have, one who didn’t get to develop his flight until he was about a year and a second who got to developers hers early on.


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Written by madmin


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  1. I'm so glad to hear what you said about feeding baby parrots until they're ready to wean by themselves. I've often thought that, though I've never had a young baby. It just seems so much more compassionate.

  2. I wish with Leo we would have been able to ask her not to clip he unfortunately is clipped already but we believe in not clipping our birds so he will have to Throw his back and learn to fly and IA 100% agree birds who fledge naturally and do not get clipped are amazing flyers

  3. Personally, I don’t clip. I will admit there are times I could ring their necks. But, they’re birds and I want them to be able to fly. I also think it makes them more confident. However, I don’t judge. As you pointed out, there are valid reasons to clip. ☺️♥️

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