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Flying In Place

Flying in place is when a bird grips a perch and flaps its wings rapidly.

Flying in place is when a bird grips a perch and flaps its wings rapidly.
DESCRIPTION OF FLYING IN PLACE

While gripping a perch firmly, parrots often flap their wings for several minutes. Since the birds do not let go of the perch, actual flight is obviously not the goal. Both fully flighted and wing-trimmed birds often do this.

CAUSES OF FLYING IN PLACE

Flying in place is an excellent form of exercise and should be encouraged.

WHAT TO DO

Put weights on all the papers on your desk!

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Behavior and Training · Birds