Alright, I will start off saying I am probably overreacting right now. However, I noticed Tweet looking a little rough on his chest. I've noticed feathers EVERYWHERE (like, in my coffee this morning everywhere) so I figured he was going through with a molt. Still.
He's the first one who has really gone through it while with me. DiscoBeats had just finished one by the time I got him, and not sure about the other two.
For the record, Tweet has been much the same. Chirping, eating, preening, sleeping. I did move his cage because DiscoBeats got a new one, but it's still in a high traffic area.
Bonus back side shot because he was being a dork and wouldn't show me his front for the longest. I'm not sure why he only has one long flight feather. They were clipped when I first got him, so I guess the one just grew quicker than the other. He seems to fly fine. I'm constantly chasing after him to get him back home when he is out of his cage.
Thanks, that eases my mind. Yes, the feathers are the soft fluffy kind and he has had the pin feathers on his head for a week or so now.
I guess saying I chase him down was a poor choice of words. I only have to chase him rarely, when he is being super stubborn about going home and I am on a clock to leave the house. (Rare, but has happened twice now.) He usually goes home when I give a certain whistle and always offer treats when he listens. He has a favorite spot to perch outside the cage though, and some days he just looks at me like "nope, not happening!" when I whistle. I usually have to guide him back then to his cage.