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Date:10/25/2014 5:35:26 PM
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Just stopping by with my campaign blog of the day and a vote for you.....Today for my campaign blog I will be talking about "Are Cockatiels Tame and Why the Wings Should be Clipped"....First, Are Cockatiels Tame?...Young, hand- raised cockatiels adapt readily to new surroundings and handling procedures.They should be exposed early in life to novel situations(car travel, Vet visits, multiple visitors in the household, other household pets)so that they are well adjusted to these events.Some behavior modification techniques may be necessary to prevent biting by wary adult cockatiels....Second, Why the Wings Should be Clipped....Cockatiels that are allowed unrestricted freedom in the home can encounter numerous physical dangers or toxins; therefore, wing cllipping is recommended. The goal of clipping the wings is NOT to make the bird incapable of flight, but to prevent it from developing rapid and sustained flight and to prevent escape. A cockatiel will require additional trimming 8-12 weeks after the start of a molt cycle.....Tomorrow I will talk about Clipping your cockatiel's wings......Enjoy your day....With many birdie wing hugs.....Sam :o)
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