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Old 01-13-2019, 08:00 PM
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Sev just started doing this funny little thing with his wings when I go up to him in his cage, and when I talk to him when he's out. He will get really close to me and flick his wings up and down a few times. I'm guessing its excitement because I'm talking to him, and I don't feel it is aggressive at all, but wanted to ask other budgie owners! Has anyone else observed this?

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Yes, I have seem some of my birds do it also, depending on the situation I think it is excitement or sometimes nerves, depends on what's happening at the time.
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any more thoughts on this?
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There’s a sweet little budgie on IG who uses his wings like a dog wagging its tail. When his mum sings to him or talks to him, he flaps his wings quickly in excitement.


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Hi Featherful

Both of my last budgies did this and only seemed to do it when really bonded with me. It would only be when I said certain words which they could speak and when I tapped two fingers on their favourite toy. It is a definite sign of excitement!

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