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Last Post 09-11-2013 5:42 PM by  reclaimingrebus
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09-11-2013 5:42 PM
    Tom (bf ammie) seems to be perpetually moulting.. He sheds flight feathers frequently and his head always seems to have pin feathers coming through on his head and just above his beak.he eats well,I spray him regularly,and will bathe in his water bowl when it suit him.there is little damage to any feathers I find.is there anything I should be doing? he must find the constant pin feathers really irritating.other than those areas his plumage is in really good condition and He's his usual gobby feisty amusing little self.
    Any suggestions gratefully received....
    Brothers and sisters I bid you beware Of giving your heart to a bird to tear...
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