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Date:9/21/2014 2:19:56 PM
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Hi Teal'c
Please thank Elvis for the very nice thank you he sent me for my hatchday greeting. What a polite and well brought bird. No surprise with Auntie Tanya at the helm.

Dad noticed something looked odd about my tail feathers today (from his post by the door to my room), and so Mom checked it out. One of my two long (yes, I know they are short compared to a Zon or macaw)tail feathers is ragged. Mom thinks it looks like it was chewed on, which would mean it was done by moi. (Mom is sure she did not do it!) It is only about 1/2" or so, and it doesn't seem to affect my flying, but nothing like that has happened before. Could it just be too aggressive preening? I don't pluck, and it is definitely not that. Any comments out there?

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