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Monday Waving Border
Question: Jean writes: Some of my borders seem to make, from time to time, like a "wave" with one of their wings. Not stretching a wing but just like a slow big wave, if you know what I mean. Any reason for this?
Answer: Not sure I have ever seen the "wave". When coming into breeding condition, you expect the hens to do some flapping but that is both wings. Is the bird stretching? Is it hot and trying to cool itself? Is it frightened when it "waves"? Do you think the birds that wave have an injury? Any balance problems? Any one out their got any ideas?
Do you have walk-in flights
in your birdroom? Thankyou, soo
much for your canary blog!!!
I do not have any walk-in flights in my birdroom. They are nice.
Some of my Borders seems to make, from time to time, like a "wave" with one of their wings. Not stretching a wing, but just like a slow big wave, if you know what I mean.
Any reason for this?
No injury, no balance problems, not hot, not freightened, just a "wave", nothing else wrong with them.
The "wave" is most likely just a cramp. Happens often enough with some birds
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