Wing Lifting

Wing lifting occurs when a perched pet bird lifts its wings perpendicular to its back and holds that position.

DEFINITION OF WING LIFTING

“Wing lifting” is characterized by a perched bird lifting its wings perpendicular to its back and holding that position for several seconds.

CAUSES OF WING LIFTING

In many species of parrots, this is commonly considered a friendly greeting.

WHAT TO DO

Consider yourself honored and say “Hello” back!

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