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Feathers are whole, clean and has a light sheen. Feathers are smoothly attached to the body, unless the bird is just resting ...



WHAT healthy parrot? First Feathers are whole, clean and has a light sheen. Feathers are smoothly attached to the body, unless the bird is just resting. The area around the cloaca (the name for the bird butt) is clean, not glued feathers and no traces of feces on the feet, the toes and claws the birds no injuries, and flakes of skin are smoothly attached, no scabs or naslaga.2. On each leg two fingers go forward, two back - if one is missing, it does not mean that the birds sick, she could lose the feet in the fight, the bird can be without it have a nice and pleasant, painless život.3. From the eyes and nostrils are not out any liquid, there is also no debris or swelling in the area. Sea birds is a lively, curious, eyes are clear, a change in pupil diameter when the bird looks around and changed the subject promatranja.4. The area around the nostrils is a smooth, clean, not sore, nostrils are stuck or clogged, (if by chance you see the feather or part of the shells of seeds into the nostrils, as a rule birds alone removes the most a day or two) .5. In a cage or volijeri where the bird is much shifting and contact with other birds, without limping, not hanging his lap and neither does not lose balance.




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