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  1. #1
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    Abnormal stuffs

    The last few days my bird Tweety had an abnormal sleeping time and feather were
    dropping rappidly.

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    Parrots

    Willy-Eclectus, Oliver-alexandrine,Mookie-Senegal,Bella- Australian King,Joey and Peewee- Barrabands, Peachiegirl-Peachfront conure,Pepper- crimson belly conure, Peanut-plum head, Babyblue-parrotlette, Harry and Louie-canaries.
    Welcome to the forum! This is the season that parrots are molting (losing some feathers and growing new ones). They tend to be itchy and don’t feel 100 %. If you are concerned, you should always follow up with an avian vet. Don’t wait too long because birds hide their illnesses.
    Hope Tweety feels better.

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    Parrots

    A wild-type female cockatiel named Gracie
    Gracie is always sleepy a day or so before her molt and a few days into it. She perks back up long before it's over, though, thankfully. I second what Helena said.

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    My bird has started bleeding in that feather now . Pls help.

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    Parrots

    Willy-Eclectus, Oliver-alexandrine,Mookie-Senegal,Bella- Australian King,Joey and Peewee- Barrabands, Peachiegirl-Peachfront conure,Pepper- crimson belly conure, Peanut-plum head, Babyblue-parrotlette, Harry and Louie-canaries.
    Needs to go to the vet immediately. Birds can bleed to death this way. For now, stop the bleeding by putting flour or cornstarch on it.

  8. #6
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    Parrots

    A wild-type female cockatiel named Gracie
    Honestly just sounds like a broken blood feather -- from all the research I've done, this can be treated at home? That's what I've heard from vets, too. Of course it won't hurt to see a vet but to my knowledge they'll just pull it or stop the bleeding. The bleeding is something to be worried about, though. They can bleed to death. A longer feather like that is at risk of being reopened so pulling it is the most likely route of treatment.

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