A Preening Parrot and Why That’s a Good Thing

Preening. Birds preen to keep their feathers in tip top shape. Companion parrots preen for the same reason. Parrots preen each other during molts, mating seasons, and friendly napping fests as well. They also like to preen their favorite humans. For the same reasons. Our hair, clothes, necks, ears, hands, whatever we make available.

Preening is communication rich in…

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